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The 

State Report 
Card 

for 

No Child 
Left Behind 



Iowa Department 
of Education 

September 2013 



The State Report Card 
for No Child Left Behind 



Iowa Department of Education 
2013 



State Board of Education 

Rosie Hussey, President, Clear Lake 
Charles C. Edwards, Jr., Vice President, Des 
Moines 

Diane Crookham-Johnston, Oskaloosa 

Sister Jude Fitzpatrick, West Des Moines 

Michael L. Knedler, Council Bluffs 

Valorie J. Kruse, Sioux City 

William May, Spirit Lake 

Max Phillips, Woodward 

LaMetta Wynn, Clinton 

Edgar Thornton, Student Member, Iowa City 

Administration 

Brad Buck, Director and Executive Officer of the 
State Board of Education 



Division of Communication and 

Information Services 

Vacant, Administrator 

Bureau of Information and Analysis Services 

Jay Pennington, Chief 

Dianne Chadwick, Administrative Consultant 

Xiaoping Wang, Administrative Consultant 

Tom Deeter, Lead Consultant 

Xia Chen, Consultant 

Marlene Dorenkamp, Consultant 

Division of Learning and Results 

David Tilly, Deputy Director and 

Administrator 
Bureau of School Improvement 

Amy J. Williamson, Chief 

Janell Brandhorst, Administrative Consultant 



It is the policy of the Iowa Department of Education not to discriminate on the basis of race, creed, 
color, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, political party 
affiliation, or actual or potential parental, family or marital status in its programs, activities, or 
employment practices as required by the Iowa Code sections 216.9 and 256.10(2), Titles VI and VII of the 
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. § 2000d and 2000e), the Equal Pay Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 206, ef 
seq.), Title IX (Educational Amendments, 20 U.S.C.§§ 1681 - 1688), Section 504 (Rehabilitation Act of 
1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12101, etseq.). If you have 
questions or complaints related to compliance with this policy by the Iowa Department of Education, 
please contact the legal counsel for the Iowa Department of Education, Grimes State Office Building, 400 
E. 14 th Street, Des Moines, IA 50319-0146, telephone number: 515-281-5295, or the Director of the 
Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison Street, Suite 
1475, Chicago, IL 60661-4544, telephone number: 312-730-1560, FAX number: 312-730-1576, TDD 
number: 877-521-2172, email: OCR.ChicaRO@ed.RQv . 



State Report Card 2013 




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September 2013 
Dear lowans: 

We all depend on data to follow the progress of children in Iowa's schools. 

Parents keep tabs of their children's homework grades, report cards, and test 
scores to gauge their progress in the classroom. Teachers use data to identify 
their students' strengths and weaknesses and to adapt instruction 
accordingly. At the state level, school data tell us whether students are on 
track to succeed in college and career training. We also use data to 
understand how Iowa's students are faring in comparison with their 
counterparts in other states and nations. At the Iowa Department of 
Education, we are constantly working to improve the quality of our data to 
help us better understand the big picture in education. 

Measuring student achievement is essential in our state's work to dramatically improve our schools and 
prepare every student for success after high school. But it's also at the heart of state accountability 
systems required by the federal education law known as No Child Left Behind. 

The data provided here in the 2013 State Report Card for No Child Left Behind include assessment 
results, attendance rates, high school graduation rates and teacher qualifications. These results tell part 
of the story of how students are progressing in our schools, which have dedicated education 
professionals who deserve our respect and support. 

Thank you for taking the time to review this report, and let's continue to work together in the best 
interests of Iowa's students and our state's future. 




Brad A. Buck 
Director 

Iowa Department of Education 




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Acknowledgments 

The authors of the Store Report Card for No Child Left Behind wish to thank the staff of the Iowa 
Department of Education who contributed to the production of this report especially Staci Hupp. A 
thank you is also extended to Dr. Steve Dunbar and Dr. Catherine Welch of Iowa Testing Programs. 



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Contents 



Introduction 1 

Annual Measurable Objectives 3 

Student Participation Rates 5 

Assessment Results for Students with Disabilities 7 

Student Performance 9 

Reading 9 

Mathematics 23 

Science 37 

National Assessment of Educational Progress 49 

High School Graduates and Graduation Rates 53 

Average Daily Attendance 57 

Highly Qualified Teachers 59 

Districts and Schools in Need of Assistance 63 



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Introduction 

The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 requires each state to provide an annual report card to 
inform stakeholders and the public about the progress of students and schools on indicators of 
student achievement and other information that relates to student success. The State Report Card 
for No Child Left Behind provides state-level data to serve as a comparison for schools and districts 
as they consider and implement improvement efforts to increase the success for all Iowa students. 
The State Report Card contains the critical elements of accountability under NCLB as specified in the 
No Child Left Behind Act llll(h)(l)(C)(i). These are listed below: 

• The comparison between the percent of public school students in each group scoring at the 
proficient level on the Iowa Assessment (IA) with Iowa's annual measurable objectives 
(AMO) as required in the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) formula. The AMO results 
represent the performance of students that enrolled in Iowa public schools for a full 
academic year in grades 3 through 8 and 11. 

• The percent of public school students, by group, who participated in the Iowa Assessment 
or the Iowa Alternate Assessment (IAA) in grades 3 through 8 and 11. 

• The participation rates and assessment results for students with disabilities in grades 3 
through 8 and 11 in reading and mathematics. 

• The percent of students scoring at each achievement level on the Iowa Assessment or IAA 
for grades 3 through 8 and 11. The results are for all students in public schools. 

• Trends in student achievement for reading and mathematics for all students in grades 4, 8 
and 11 and for science for all students in grades 5, 8 and 11. 

• The most recent results of National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) for Iowa 
grades 4 and 8 in reading and mathematics. 

• Other academic indicators including the public school statewide attendance rates for 
kindergarten through grade 8 and graduation rates for public high schools. 

• The percentage of classes not taught by highly qualified teachers (HQT) in the aggregate and 
disaggregated by high-poverty and low-poverty schools and by school level and academic 
area. 

• AYP status for each district is included. Districts that did not make adequate yearly progress 
for two consecutive years under NCLB are identified as districts in need of assistance. 
Districts remain identified until they have made AYP for two consecutive years. 

• AYP status for each school is included. Schools that did not make adequate yearly progress 
for two consecutive years under NCLB, section 1116, are identified as schools in need of 
assistance. Schools remain identified until they have made AYP for two consecutive years. 



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Annual Measurable Objectives 

The state's Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) represent the minimum percentage of students who meet or 
exceed the proficient level by grade and subject areas (reading and mathematics). The AMO by subject area and 
grade are the same throughout the state for each public school and each student subgroup. Table 1 shows the 
AMO targets and student performance for 2012-2013 in reading and mathematics by grade and subgroup for 
grades 3 through 8 and 11. The data in Table 1 include the Iowa Assessment and Iowa Alternate Assessment (IAA) 
results for the public school students who were enrolled in the state for a full academic year. No group met their 
AMO for 2013-2013. 



Table 1 



Reading and Mathematics 2012-2013 Annual Measurable Objectives 




Target vs. Reading and Mathematics Performance by Grade and Subgroup 






Grade 3 


Grade 4 


Grade 5 


Grade 6 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 11 


Reading 


AMO (2012-2013) 


93.5% 


94.0% 


94.1% 


92.4% 


92.9% 


93.3% 


94.8% 


All Students 


76.5 


75.7 


75.9 


65.9 


68.7 


66.4 


83.2 


African American 


52.7 


49.2 


48.5 


36.8 


40.7 


37.4 


61.7 


American Indian 


70.3 


64.2 


67.0 


52.3 


52.3 


43.2 


74.6 


Asian 


76.8 


76.1 


74.4 


66.0 


71.7 


67.6 


79.9 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


50.0 


55.1 


39.6 


56.8 


48.2 


55.6 


64.7 


Hispanic 


59.3 


58.2 


60.2 


46.0 


50.6 


46.7 


71.5 


White 


80.3 


79.5 


79.7 


69.9 


72.4 


70.4 


85.4 


Two or more races 


75.1 


71.1 


68.9 


64.3 


66.0 


57.9 


79.7 


Male+ 


74.3 


73.3 


73.9 


63.6 


67.5 


63.8 


79.5 


Female+ 


78.9 


78.1 


77.9 


68.4 


70.0 


69.1 


87.1 


Disability* 


39.1 


35.9 


36.8 


23.5 


23.9 


20.0 


37.9 


Migrant**+ 


47.7 


41.7 


44.8 


30.4 


28.1 


22.0 


40.0 


English Language Learner 


49.5 


49.3 


46.4 


24.3 


23.1 


19.6 


38.2 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


64.5 


63.1 


63.6 


51.3 


53.3 


50.4 


70.8 


Mathematics 


AMO (2012-2013) 


93.5% 


93.7% 


94.2% 


93.2% 


93.0% 


93.0% 


94.8% 


All Students 


78.0 


79.1 


79.2 


73.2 


78.4 


74.6 


82.2 


African American 


49.0 


51.0 


51.4 


42.8 


48.4 


42.3 


55.1 


American Indian 


70.3 


68.9 


63.1 


57.7 


58.6 


50.4 


65.1 


Asian 


82.3 


84.5 


82.8 


76.6 


82.2 


81.8 


82.0 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


60.3 


67.3 


60.4 


75.0 


58.9 


59.3 


55.9 


Hispanic 


67.1 


67.2 


66.2 


57.8 


63.0 


56.3 


67.0 


White 


81.4 


82.4 


82.7 


76.8 


82.0 


78.6 


85.1 


Two or more races 


72.7 


72.4 


70.2 


68.2 


74.4 


63.0 


72.4 


Male+ 


78.4 


79.4 


80.1 


73.3 


78.2 


73.9 


82.1 


Female+ 


77.7 


78.8 


78.3 


73.1 


78.6 


75.4 


82.2 


Disability* 


50.0 


47.1 


45.4 


32.6 


36.1 


28.2 


45.0 


Migrant**+ 


64.6 


63.3 


52.2 


55.4 


54.7 


32.0 


50.0 


English Language Learner 


62.0 


62.0 


58.2 


41.6 


42.5 


35.2 


40.7 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


67.5 


68.0 


67.7 


59.1 


64.8 


58.9 


68.1 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: +Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Report. *Disability status is determined by the presence of an 
individualized education program (IEP). **Migrant— a student is considered a migrant if he or she has moved in the 
past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or seasonal employment in 
agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



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Student Participation Rates 

The Iowa Department of Education collects assessment participation rates for reading and 
mathematics students in grades 3 through 8 and 11 and for science in grades 5, 8 and 11 through 
the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) annual report from all public schools and districts. Participation 
rates include all students regardless of full academic year enrollment status. Table 2 presents the 
2012-2013 state level assessment participation rates for reading, mathematics and science by grade 
and subgroup. 

Table 2 



Reading, Mathematics and Science 2012-2013 
Participation Rates by Grade and Subgroup 





Grade 3 


Grade 4 


Grade 5 


Grade 6 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 11 


Reading 


All Students 


99.3% 


99.4% 


99.3% 


99.4% 


99.2% 


99.0% 


97.6% 


African American 


97.4 


98.3 


97.7 


98.2 


98.1 


98.0 


93.0 


American Indian 


97.8 


100.0 


99.3 


99.4 


97.5 


98.0 


92.5 


Asian 


98.2 


98.4 


98.0 


98.0 


98.3 


98.7 


98.0 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


96.1 


96.8 


98.6 


100.0 


100.0 


98.4 


93.5 


Hispanic 


99.0 


98.8 


98.7 


99.3 


99.0 


98.6 


94.7 


White 


99.6 


99.5 


99.5 


99.5 


99.4 


99.1 


97.9 


Two or more races 


98.8 


98.6 


99.2 


99.4 


98.6 


98.0 


96.9 


Male+ 


99.2 


99.2 


99.2 


99.3 


99.0 


98.8 


97.2 


Female+ 


99.4 


99.5 


99.4 


99.5 


99.4 


99.2 


97.9 


Disability* 


98.4 


98.4 


98.0 


98.0 


97.1 


96.5 


93.5 


Migrant**+ 


98.9 


100.0 


98.7 


100.0 


95.8 


96.4 


100.0 


English Language Learner 


98.0 


98.3 


97.4 


97.9 


97.7 


97.4 


95.2 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


98.9 


99.0 


98.9 


99.1 


98.8 


98.5 


96.0 


Mathematics 


All Students 


99.4% 


99.4% 


99.4% 


99.5% 


99.3% 


99.1% 


97.5% 


African American 


97.7 


98.4 


98.0 


98.5 


98.4 


98.0 


93.1 


American Indian 


97.8 


99.3 


98.5 


99.4 


97.5 


98.0 


92.5 


Asian 


99.8 


99.7 


100.0 


99.7 


99.3 


99.4 


98.7 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


98.7 


96.8 


100.0 


100.0 


98.5 


100.0 


93.5 


Hispanic 


99.3 


99.1 


99.2 


99.5 


99.4 


99.2 


96.6 


White 


99.6 


99.6 


99.5 


99.5 


99.4 


99.2 


97.9 


Two or more races 


98.9 


98.6 


99.3 


99.5 


99.0 


98.4 


96.4 


Male+ 


99.3 


99.3 


99.3 


99.4 


99.1 


98.9 


97.2 


Female+ 


99.5 


99.5 


99.6 


99.6 


99.5 


99.4 


97.9 


Disability* 


98.4 


98.4 


98.1 


98.0 


97.1 


96.6 


93.5 


Migrant**+ 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


98.6 


100.0 


100.0 


English Language Learner 


99.5 


99.1 


99.6 


99.5 


99.3 


99.3 


97.1 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


99.1 


99.1 


99.1 


99.2 


99.0 


98.7 


96.0 



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Table 2 (continued) 



Reading, Mathematics and Science 2012-2013 
Participation Rates by Grade and Subgroup 





Grade 5 


Grade 8 


Grade 11 


Science 


All Students 


99.2% 


99.0% 


97.4% 


African American 


97.7 


97.9 


92.8 


American Indian 


99.3 


98.0 


92.5 


Asian 


100.0 


99.4 


98.8 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


100.0 


100.0 


91.3 


Hispanic 


99.0 


99.1 


96.4 


White 


99.3 


99.1 


97.8 


Two or more races 


99.0 


98.4 


96.1 


Male+ 


99.1 


98.8 


97.1 


Female+ 


99.4 


99.3 


97.8 


Disability* 


97.8 


96.5 


93.3 


Migrant**+ 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


English Language Learner 


99.5 


99.3 


96.8 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


98.9 


98.6 


95.8 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: +Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress Report. 

*Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program. 

**Migrant— a student is considered a migrant if he or she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to 

another so that the parents could obtain temporary or seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of 

livelihood. 



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Assessment Results for Students with 



Disabilities 

There are three ways that students with disabilities may participate in assessments: by taking the 
regular assessment without accommodations, taking the regular assessment with accommodations or 
taking the Iowa Alternate Assessment (IAA). These options are available for both the reading and 
mathematics sections of the Iowa Assessment. The method of participation is determined for each 
student by an Individualized Education Program team and is documented in the student's Individualized 
Education Program (IEP). 

Table 3 shows the achievement by test type in reading and mathematics for students with disabilities in 
grades 3 through 8 and 11 who were enrolled for a full academic year. 

Table 3 



2012-2013 Reading and Mathematics Achievement 
for Students with Disabilities by Test Type 



Percent Proficient 




Grade 3 


Grade 4 


Grade 5 


Grade 6 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 11 


Reading 


AMO (2012-2013) 


93.5% 


94.0% 


94.1% 


92.4% 


92.9% 


93.3% 


94.8% 


Iowa Assessment (IA) 


35.2 


32.5 


33.6 


19.5 


20.3 


16.9 


36.7 


IA with Accommodations 


26.6 


25.3 


28.2 


16.6 


16.9 


14.1 


32.8 


IA without Accommodations 


65.8 


63.7 


64.8 


43.6 


50.4 


44.0 


59.1 


Iowa Alternate Assessment 


91.5 


89.6 


84.4 


80.4 


81.9 


69.4 


72.6 


(IAA) 


lAor IAA 


39.0 


35.9 


36.8 


23.5 


23.9 


20.0 


37.9 


Mathematics 


AMO (2012-2013) 


93.5% 


93.7% 


94.2% 


93.2% 


93.0% 


93.0% 


94.8% 


Iowa Assessment (IA) 


47.2 


44.5 


42.8 


28.9 


33.1 


25.3 


42.8 


IA with Accommodations 


40.6 


38.0 


38.3 


25.7 


29.6 


22.6 


41.0 


IA without Accommodations 


70.9 


72.3 


68.4 


56.2 


64.7 


50.0 


57.1 


Iowa Alternate Assessment 


89.5 


90.7 




86.0 








(IAA) 


85.1 


84.0 


76.0 


78.7 


lAor IAA 


50.1 


47.1 


45.4 


32.6 


36.1 


28.2 


45.0 



Sources: Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Student and Family Support Services file and AYP file. 
Notes: *Students with disabilities who took either the Iowa Assessment or IAA. 

Achievement data are for students enrolled for full academic year (FAY) only. 



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Table 4 shows a range of 93.5 to 98.4 percent of students with disabilities in grades 3 through 8 and 
11 who participated in reading and mathematics assessments. The majority of students with lEPs 
participated in the Iowa Assessment (with or without accommodations) with approximately five 
percent of Iowa's students with disabilities participating in the IAA for reading and mathematics. 
Less than one percent of all students took the IAA. 



Table 4 



2012-2013 Reading and Mathematics Participation Rates 








for Students with Disabilities by Test Type 








Number and Percent of Students 




Grade 3 


Grade 4 


Grade 5 


Grade 6 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 11 


Reading 


FAY Iowa Assessment (IA) 


3,707 


4,061 


4,182 


4,007 


4,113 


3,895 


3,262 


FAY Iowa Assessment (IA) 
with Accommodations 


2,891 


3,297 


3,563 


3,583 


3,696 


3,520 


2,912 


FAY Iowa Assessment (IA) 
without Accommodations 


816 


764 


619 


424 


417 


375 


350 


FAY Iowa Alternate 
Assessment (IAA) 


270 


251 


276 


281 


254 


245 


212 


FAY IA or IAA 


3,977 


4,312 


4,458 


4,288 


4,367 


4,140 


3,474 


Total IA or IAA (FAY and 
non-FAY) 


4,447 


4,834 


4,941 


4,840 


4,924 


4,694 


3,942 


Total Enrollment for 
Students with Disabilities 


4,519 


4,912 


5,040 


4,939 


5,072 


4,862 


4,215 


Participation Rates for 
Students with Disabilities 


98.4% 


98.4% 


98.0% 


98.0% 


97.1% 


96.5% 


93.5% 


Mathematics 


FAY Iowa Assessment (IA) 


3,711 


4,065 


4,192 


4,011 


4,113 


3,904 


3,259 


FAY Iowa Assessment (IA) 
with Accommodations 


2,894 


3,299 


3,565 


3,586 


3,699 


3,524 


2,905 


FAY Iowa Assessment (IA) 
without Accommodations 


817 


766 


627 


425 


414 


380 


354 


FAY Iowa Alternate 
Assessment (IAA) 


266 


247 


269 


279 


256 


242 


211 


FAY ITP or IAA 


3,977 


4,312 


4,461 


4,290 


4,369 


4,146 


3,470 


Total ITP or IAA (FAY and 
non-FAY) 


4,444 


4,833 


4,946 


4,841 


4,927 


4,696 


3,938 


Total Enrollment for 
Students with Disabilities 


4,517 


4,912 


5,040 


4,939 


5,072 


4,861 


4,214 


Participation Rates for 
Students with Disabilities 


98.4% 


98.4% 


98.1% 


98.0% 


97.1% 


96.6% 


93.5% 


Sources: Iowa Department of Education, Bureau 


of Student and Family Support Services file and AYP file. 




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Student Performance 

One of the requirements for The State Report Card for No Child Left Behind is to show public school 
students scoring at each achievement level on the Iowa Assessment and Iowa Alternative 
Assessment (IAA) for grades 3 through 8 and 11 in reading and mathematics and grades 5, 8 and 11 
in science. All students, full academic year (FAY) and non-full academic year, are included in this 
chapter. 

Achievement data are reported by levels— Low, Intermediate, and High. 

• The Achievement Levels Report for the Iowa Assessment is provided to Iowa schools to help 
describe the level of performance of student groups and monitor the progress of groups 
over time. For each of the three main achievement levels— Low, Intermediate and High- 
descriptors are included in the report to identify what the typical student in each level is 
able to do. The Iowa Department of Education (DE) has combined the Intermediate and 
High performance levels to define a single achievement level called "Proficient" as a student 
performance indicator. 

• Comparisons of results from one grade to another are not appropriate because the 
corresponding descriptions of performance are not exactly the same from grade to grade. 
For example, "Low" in reading comprehension does not mean exactly the same thing at 
grade 4 and at grade 11. 

• Comparisons from one subject area to another are not appropriate because the 
corresponding descriptions of performance are different from subject to subject. For 
example, "Low" in grade 4 reading comprehension does not mean the same thing as "Low" 
in grade 4 mathematics. 

• Separate tables show achievement level performance for students by gender, racial/ethnic, 
disability, socioeconomic, primary language, and migrant subgroups. These subgroups vary 
in size from year to year. The subgroup data should not be averaged to obtain an overall 
value that matches the data for the total grade group. 

The Iowa Alternate Assessment measures what students know and can do at their grade level in 
reading and mathematics when compared to Iowa's Alternate Achievement Standards and is 
designed for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities. There are three levels of 
proficiency for the IAA: Basic (non-proficient), Proficient, and Advanced (proficient and advanced 
are combined to form "Proficient" for AYP). 

Reading 

Table 5 shows student performance by achievement level for 2012-2013. Figures 1 to 21 show the 
reading trends for all public school students in grades 4, 8 and 11 and by subgroups. 



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Table 5 



Reading Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 


Percent of Students 




Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 3 


All Students 


75.7% 


16.5% 




59.2% 


24.3% 


African American 


52.1 


5.2 




46.9 


47.9 


American Indian 


64.7 


7.4 




57.4 


35.3 


Asian 


75.0 


20.0 




55.0 


25.0 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


48.0 


4.1 




43.8 


52.1 


Hispanic 


58.9 


6.9 




52.0 


41.1 


White 


79.7 


18.5 




61.2 


20.3 


Two or more races 


74.2 


15.4 




58.8 


25.8 


Male+ 


73.4 


14.8 




58.6 


26.6 


Female+ 


78.1 


18.2 




59.9 


21.9 


Disability* 


38.3 


7.4 




30.9 


61.7 


Migrant**+ 


39.3 


1.1 




38.2 


60.7 


English Language Learner 


48.0 


3.1 




45.0 


52.0 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


63.6 


8.6 




55.1 


36.4 


Grade 4 


All Students 


74.8% 


19.2% 




55.6% 


25.2% 


African American 


47.9 


6.9 




40.9 


52.1 


American Indian 


60.4 


5.6 




54.9 


39.6 


Asian 


75.0 


24.4 




50.6 


25.0 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


54.1 


6.6 




47.5 


45.9 


Hispanic 


57.4 


8.1 




49.2 


42.7 


White 


79.0 


21.3 




57.7 


21.0 


Two or more races 


70.4 


17.5 




52.8 


29.7 


Male+ 


72.4 


17.3 




55.1 


27.6 


Female+ 


77.3 


21.2 




56.2 


22.7 


Disability* 


35.4 


7.1 




28.3 


64.6 


Migrant* *+ 


41.6 


1.3 




40.3 


58.4 


English Language Learner 


47.6 


3.7 




43.9 


52.4 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


62.3 


10.2 




52.0 


37.7 


Grade 5 


All Students 


75.0% 


15.5% 




59.5% 


25.0% 


African American 


47.1 


4.0 




43.0 


53.0 


American Indian 


66.2 


5.9 




60.3 


33.8 


Asian 


72.0 


14.5 




57.6 


28.0 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


42.7 


1.5 




41.2 


57.4 


Hispanic 


59.7 


6.1 




53.6 


40.3 


White 


79.1 


17.6 




61.5 


20.9 


Two or more races 


68.5 


11.2 




57.4 


31.5 


Male+ 


73.2 


14.7 




58.5 


26.8 


Female+ 


76.9 


16.3 




60.6 


23.1 


Disability* 


36.2 


6.3 




29.9 


63.8 


Migrant**+ 


40.4 


3.4 




37.1 


59.6 


English Language Learner 


44.6 


1.5 




43.1 


55.4 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


62.6 


7.9 




54.8 


37.4 



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Table 5 (continued) 



Reading Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 


Percent of Students 




Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 6 


All Students 


65.2% 


15.0% 




50.2% 


34.8% 


African American 


35.6 


3.7 




32.0 


64.4 


American Indian 


50.3 


4.9 




45.4 


49.7 


Asian 


64.3 


20.6 




43.7 


35.7 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


47.5 


8.2 




39.3 


52.5 


Hispanic 


45.0 


5.7 




39.3 


55.0 


White 


69.6 


16.8 




52.8 


30.4 


Two or more races 


62.9 


12.3 




50.7 


37.1 


Male+ 


62.9 


14.6 




48.3 


37.1 


Female+ 


67.6 


15.4 




52.2 


32.4 


Disability* 


23.2 


3.5 




19.7 


76.8 


Migrant**+ 


26.8 


4.2 




22.5 


73.2 


English Language Learner 


23.2 


1.2 




22.0 


76.8 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


50.4 


7.1 




43.4 


49.6 


Grade 7 


All Students 


67.7% 


12.7% 




55.0% 


32.3% 


African American 


39.5 


3.2 




36.3 


60.5 


American Indian 


51.0 


2.6 




48.4 


49.0 


Asian 


69.4 


18.8 




50.6 


30.6 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


47.0 


7.6 




39.4 


53.0 


Hispanic 


49.7 


5.4 




44.4 


50.3 


White 


71.8 


14.1 




57.7 


28.2 


Two or more races 


64.9 


11.3 




53.7 


35.1 


Male+ 


66.6 


13.2 




53.4 


33.4 


Female+ 


69.0 


12.3 




56.7 


31.0 


Disability* 


23.6 


2.8 




20.9 


76.4 


Migrant* *+ 


30.9 


2.5 




28.4 


69.1 


English Language Learner 


22.1 


0.4 




21.7 


77.9 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


52.3 


5.6 




46.7 


47.7 


Grade 8 


All Students 


65.2% 


12.0% 




53.3% 


34.8% 


African American 


37.4 


3.0 




34.5 


62.6 


American Indian 


41.9 


0.7 




41.2 


58.1 


Asian 


66.3 


17.7 




48.6 


33.7 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


50.8 


4.8 




46.0 


49.2 


Hispanic 


45.8 


4.4 




41.3 


54.2 


White 


69.4 


13.4 




56.1 


30.6 


Two or more races 


57.4 


9.8 




47.6 


42.6 


Male+ 


62.6 


10.8 




51.8 


37.4 


Female+ 


68.0 


13.2 




54.8 


32.0 


Disability* 


19.8 


2.0 




17.8 


80.2 


Migrant**+ 


22.6 


0.0 




22.6 


77.4 


English Language Learner 


18.4 


1.3 




17.1 


81.6 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


49.3 


5.1 




44.2 


50.7 



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Table 5 (continued) 



Reading Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 



Percent of Students 




Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 11 


All Students 


81.9% 


15.1% 


66.8% 


18.1% 


African American 


58.3 


5.6 


52.7 


41.7 


American Indian 


74.2 


3.4 


70.8 


25.9 


Asian 


75.7 


20.7 


55.0 


24.3 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


62.8 


14.0 


48.8 


37.2 


Hispanic 


69.7 


6.6 


63.1 


30.3 


White 


84.6 


16.3 


68.3 


15.4 


Two or more races 


78.5 


13.6 


64.8 


21.6 


Male+ 


78.1 


13.8 


64.3 


21.9 


Female+ 


86.0 


16.5 


69.5 


14.0 


Disability* 


37.8 


3.8 


34.0 


62.2 


Migrant**+ 


39.3 


3.3 


36.1 


60.7 


English Language Learner 


34.0 


0.5 


33.5 


66.0 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


69.0 


6.8 


62.2 


31.0 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: +Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress Report. *Disability status is determined by the presence of an 

individualized education program. **Migrant— a student is considered a migrant if he or she has moved in the past 36 
months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or seasonal employment in 
agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. The Iowa Department of Education has combined the Intermediate 
and High achievement levels to define a single achievement level called Proficient. Figures for High, Intermediate, and 
Low may not total 100 percent due to rounding. 



Figure 1 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students 
Proficient in Reading 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




74.8 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 2 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



■ Male Female 

100.0 -I 
90.0 




1 

2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 3 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



African American 
American Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific Islander 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 



45.0 
I 47.9 



61.6 
60.4 



42.4 



54.1 



56.9 
57.4 



72.4 
I 75.0 



2011-2012 
12012-2013 



77.8 
I 79.0 



64.5 



70.4 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 4 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



c 

a> 
o 

a> 
Q. 



100.0 
90.0 
80.0 
70.0 
60.0 
50.0 
40.0 
30.0 
20.0 
10.0 
0.0 



i Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 





83.1 




84.2 


60.8 




62.3 












I 









2011-2012 



School Year 



2012-2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



Figure 5 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



100.0 



i Disability No Disability 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



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Figure 6 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient 
in Reading by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i English Language Learner 



Not English Language Learner 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background.. 



Figure 7 

Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient 
in Reading by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA.* Migrant status is defined 
as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or she has moved in the past 36 
months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or seasonal employment in 
agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



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Figure 8 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students 
Proficient in Reading 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




65.2 



2011-2012 



School Year 




2012-2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 9 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students 
Proficient in Reading by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i Male Female 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 10 




Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 11 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



100.0 



u 

I 40.0 



I Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



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Figure 12 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Disability No Disability 



100.0 
90.0 
80.0 
70.0 
60.0 
50.0 
40.0 
30.0 
20.0 
10.0 
0.0 











- 


72.2 




73.1 


20.3 




19.8 










^^^^^^^ 







2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



Figure 13 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I English Language Learner Not English Language Learner 



100.0 
90.0 
80.0 
70.0 
60.0 
50.0 
40.0 
30.0 
20.0 
10.0 
0.0 



66.7 



66.7 




17.9 



2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background. 



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Figure 14 

Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in 
Reading by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 

■ Migrant Not Migrant 

100.0 -, 
90.0 - 
80.0 - 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



Figure 15 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Reading 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




81.9 



2011-2012 



School Year 




2012-2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 16 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Reading by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



■ Male Female 

100.0 n 




1 

2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 17 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in Reading 
by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 to 2012-2013 



African 
American 

American 
Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific... 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 



60.0 
58.3 



70.9 
I 74.2 




2011-2012 
12012-2013 



85.2 
84.6 



80.2 
78.5 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 18 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in 
Reading by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



Figure 19 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in 
Reading by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



a. 



I Disability No Disability 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



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Figure 20 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Reading by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I English Language Learner Not English Language Learner 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background. 



Figure 21 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Reading by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Migrant Not Migrant 



01 
u 

01 

a. 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



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Mathematics 

The mathematics assessment results of all students in Iowa public schools are presented in this 
section. Table 6 shows grades 3 through 8 and 11 student performance by achievement level for 
2012-2013. Figures 22 to 42 show the mathematics trends for all students for grades 4, 8 and 11 
and by subgroups. 

Table 6 

Mathematics Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 



Percent of Students 





Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 3 


All Students 


77.2% 


22.5% 


54.7% 


22.8% 


African American 


48.2 


6.5 


41.8 


51.8 


American Indian 


65.5 


13.2 


52.2 


34.6 


Asian 


80.3 


33.8 


46.5 


19.7 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


60.0 


10.7 


49.3 


40.0 


Hispanic 


66.4 


11.1 


55.3 


33.6 


White 


80.8 


25.0 


55.8 


19.2 


Two or more races 


72.1 


18.3 


53.8 


27.9 


Male+ 


77.5 


24.5 


53.0 


22.5 


Female+ 


76.8 


20.4 


56.4 


23.2 


Disability* 


49.3 


8.7 


40.6 


50.7 


Migrant**+ 


58.9 


6.7 


52.2 


41.1 


English Language Learner 


60.4 


9.4 


51.0 


39.6 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


66.8 


12.2 


54.6 


33.2 


Grade 4 


All Students 


78.1% 


22.8% 


55.4% 


21.9% 


African American 


49.0 


6.2 


42.8 


51.0 


American Indian 


65.0 


7.7 


57.3 


35.0 


Asian 


84.3 


34.5 


49.8 


15.7 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


63.9 


8.2 


55.7 


36.1 


Hispanic 


66.1 


9.8 


56.2 


33.9 


White 


81.7 


25.4 


56.3 


18.3 


Two or more races 


72.6 


17.3 


55.3 


27.4 


Male+ 


78.3 


25.0 


53.3 


21.7 


Female+ 


78.0 


20.4 


57.6 


22.1 


Disability* 


46.1 


7.5 


38.6 


53.9 


Migrant**+ 


63.6 


5.2 


58.4 


36.4 


English Language Learner 


61.0 


7.1 


53.9 


39.0 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


67.1 


11.8 


55.3 


32.9 



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Table 6 (continued) 



Mathematics Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 


Percent of Students 




Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 5 


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82.0 


27.4 


54.6 


18.0 


Two or more races 


69.0 


19.5 


49.5 


31.0 


Male+ 


79.1 


26.5 


52.6 


20.9 


Female+ 


77.3 


22.5 


54.8 


22.7 


Disability* 


44.8 


6.5 


38.3 


55.2 


Migrant**+ 


51.1 


7.8 


43.3 


48.9 


English Language Learner 


56.3 


5.4 


50.9 


43.7 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


66.8 


12.8 


54.0 


33.2 


Grade 6 


All Students 


72.1% 


19.3% 


52.8% 


27.9% 


African American 


41.3 


5.0 


36.3 


58.7 


American Indian 


54.0 


8.6 


45.4 


46.0 


Asian 


74.9 


33.3 


41.6 


25.1 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


67.2 


11.5 


55.7 


32.8 


Hispanic 


56.5 


8.4 


48.0 


43.6 


White 


76.0 


21.3 


54.7 


24.0 


Two or more races 


67.2 


15.3 


51.8 


32.9 


Male+ 


72.2 


21.2 


51.1 


27.8 


Female+ 


71.9 


17.3 


54.6 


28.1 


Disability* 


32.0 


4.1 


27.9 


68.0 


Migrant**+ 


49.3 


7.0 


42.3 


50.7 


English Language Learner 


40.3 


3.6 


36.7 


59.7 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


57.9 


8.5 


49.4 


42.1 


Grade 7 


All Students 


77.3% 


20.1% 


57.2% 


22.8% 


African American 


46.9 


4.6 


42.3 


53.1 


American Indian 


58.7 


6.5 


52.3 


41.3 


Asian 


80.4 


33.5 


46.9 


19.6 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


56.9 


7.7 


49.2 


43.1 


Hispanic 


61.9 


8.3 


53.5 


38.2 


White 


81.1 


22.3 


58.8 


18.9 


Two or more races 


74.1 


15.0 


59.2 


25.9 


Male+ 


77.1 


21.9 


55.3 


22.9 


Female+ 


77.4 


18.2 


59.2 


22.6 


Disability* 


35.6 


3.8 


31.8 


64.4 


Migrant* *+ 


52.4 


2.4 


50.0 


47.6 


English Language Learner 


40.7 


1.7 


39.0 


59.3 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


63.7 


8.4 


55.3 


36.3 



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Mathematics Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 


Percent of Students 




Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 8 


All Students 


73.3% 


19.3% 




54.1% 


26.7% 


African American 


41.8 


4.3 




37.5 


58.2 


American Indian 


48.7 


7.4 




41.2 


51.4 


Asian 


80.6 


34.4 




46.1 


19.4 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


53.1 


3.1 




50.0 


46.9 


Hispanic 


55.1 


6.9 




48.1 


45.0 


White 


77.6 


21.4 




56.2 


22.4 


Two or more races 


62.8 


13.7 




49.1 


37.2 


Male+ 


72.6 


20.6 




52.0 


27.4 


Female+ 


74.1 


17.9 




56.3 


25.9 


Disability* 


27.8 


2.8 




25.1 


72.2 


Migrant**+ 


34.9 


0.0 




34.9 


65.1 


English Language Learner 


33.8 


2.3 




31.4 


66.2 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


57.7 


8.1 




49.6 


42.3 


Grade 11 


All Students 


80.7% 


17.1% 




63.6% 


19.3% 


African American 


52.4 


4.1 




48.2 


47.7 


American Indian 


60.5 


3.4 




57.1 


39.5 


Asian 


79.4 


27.5 




52.0 


20.6 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


55.8 


7.0 




48.8 


44.2 


Hispanic 


65.6 


5.2 




60.3 


34.4 


White 


84.1 


18.8 




65.2 


16.0 


Two or more races 


71.1 


12.9 




58.2 


28.9 


Male+ 


80.6 


19.8 




60.9 


19.4 


Female+ 


80.9 


14.4 




66.5 


19.1 


Disability* 


43.7 


1.6 




42.2 


56.3 


Migrant**+ 


49.2 


4.9 




44.3 


50.8 


English Language Learner 


40.5 


1.2 




39.3 


59.5 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


66.4 


6.2 




60.2 


33.6 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: +Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress Report. *Disability status is determined by the presence of an 

individualized education program. **Migrant— a student is considered a migrant if he or she has moved in the past 36 
months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or seasonal employment in 
agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. The Iowa Department of Education has combined the Intermediate 
and High achievement levels to define a single achievement level called Proficient. Figures for High, Intermediate, and 
Low may not total 100 percent due to rounding. 



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Figure 22 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



100.0 
90.0 - 




1 

2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 23 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i Male Female 




77.9 76.5 



78.3 78.0 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 24 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 to 2012-2013 



African 
American 
American 

Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific... 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 



47.4 
49.0 




62.0 
65.0 



79.5 




84.3 

2011- 2012 

2012- 2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 25 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in 
Mathematics by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



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Figure 26 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in 
Mathematics by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Disability No Disability 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



Figure 27 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient in Mathematics 
by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I English Language Learner 



Not English Language Learner 



100.0 



01 

a. 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background. 



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Figure 28 



Percent of Iowa Fourth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



c 

01 
u 
i- 
01 

a. 



I Migrant Not Migrant 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



Figure 29 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




73.3 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 30 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i Male Female 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 31 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 to 2012-2013 



African 
American 

American 
Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific... 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 




79.4 
80.6 



2011- 2012 

2012- 2013 



65.0 
62.8 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 32 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Mathematics by 
Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



Figure 33 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Disability No Disability 



c 

01 
u 

1— 

01 

a. 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



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Figure 34 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Mathematics 
by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I English Language Learner Not English Language Learner 



c 

01 
u 

1_ 

01 

a. 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status is classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the 
following definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the 
proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is 
below that of an academically successful peer with an English language background. 



Figure 35 

Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Mathematics 
by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 

■ Migrant Not Migrant 



O) 

a. 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



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Figure 36 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




80.7 



2011-2012 



School Year 




2012-2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 37 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i Male Female 



80.6 80.9 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 38 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 to 2012-2013 



African 
American 

American 
Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific... 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 



54.1 
52.4 



67.7 



60.5 



51.1 



55.8 



63.6 
I 65.6 



72.1 
71.1 



80.4 
79.4 



2011-2012 
12012-2013 



84.6 
84.1 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 39 

Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 

■ Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



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Figure 40 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



c 

01 
u 

1_ 

01 

a. 



I Disability No Disability 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



Figure 41 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in Mathematics by 
Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 

■ English Language Learner Not English Language Learner 



c 

01 
u 

1— 

01 

a. 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status is classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the 
following definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the 
proficiency in English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is 
below that of an academically successful peer with an English language background. 



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Figure 42 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Mathematics by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



01 

a. 



I Migrant Not Migrant 




80.9 



49.2 



2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



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Science 

The science assessment results of all students in Iowa public schools are presented in this section. 
Table 7 shows grades 5, 8 and 11 student performance by achievement level for 2012-2013. Figures 
43 to 63 show the science trends for all students for grades 5, 8, and 11 and by subgroups. 

Table 7 

Science Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 



Percent of Students 





Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 5 


All Students 


77.5% 


18.1% 


59.4% 


22.5% 


African American 


45.9 


4.9 


41.0 


54.1 


American Indian 


59.6 


9.6 


50.0 


40.4 


Asian 


72.4 


18.9 


53.5 


27.6 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


49.3 


2.9 


46.4 


50.7 


Hispanic 


61.7 


7.5 


54.2 


38.4 


White 


82.1 


20.5 


61.7 


17.9 


Two or more races 


69.8 


14.1 


55.7 


30.2 


Male+ 


79.0 


20.6 


58.4 


21.0 


Female+ 


76.0 


15.5 


60.5 


24.0 


Disability* 


50.3 


7.7 


42.5 


49.7 


Migrant**+ 


45.6 


5.6 


40.0 


54.4 


English Language Learner 


47.8 


2.2 


45.6 


52.3 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


65.6 


9.8 


55.8 


34.4 






Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 8 


All Students 


75.0% 


10.7% 


64.3% 


25.0% 


African American 


43.4 


2.4 


41.0 


56.6 


American Indian 


56.1 


3.4 


52.7 


43.9 


Asian 


76.0 


18.9 


57.1 


24.0 


Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 


54.7 


3.1 


51.6 


45.3 


Hispanic 


57.5 


3.7 


53.8 


42.5 


White 


79.2 


11.9 


67.3 


20.8 


Two or more races 


67.0 


9.3 


57.7 


33.0 


Male+ 


76.3 


12.4 


63.9 


23.7 


Female+ 


73.5 


8.9 


64.7 


26.5 


Disability* 


39.5 


4.6 


34.9 


60.5 


Migrant* *+ 


44.4 


0.0 


44.4 


55.6 


English Language Learner 


34.3 


1.0 


33.3 


65.6 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


61.5 


4.7 


56.9 


38.5 



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Table 7 (continued) 



Science Performance by Achievement Level 2012-2013 


Percent of Students 




Proficient 


High 


Intermediate 


Low 


Grade 11 


All Cfi iHontc 
Mil JlUUcI 1 Lb 


RA 7°/. 
o4. / /o 


91 3°/, 


fi3 A /. 
Oj.4/0 


1 r 3°/, 

1 J. J /o 


Af Kir d r> A m orlp a r> 
MIMLdll Ml 1 1 tri ILdl 1 


RR 1 


fi 9 


R9 n 


A1 Q 


Ml 1 Itri 1 Ld 1 1 IMUIdll 


7fi 9 
/ o.z. 


in 7 


oo.u 


93 R 


Asi3 n 


RD R 


z. / .u 


R 


1 Q 9 


ndwdlldll Ul rdLIIIL IbldMUtri 


fiA 3 
D4.J 


1 fi 7 
J.O. / 


A7 fi 


JJ. / 


H Knanir 

I 1 1 juu i 1 1 


71.9 


7.2 


64.7 


28.1 


White 


87.6 


23.4 


64.2 


12.4 


Two or more races 


79.5 


17.0 


62.4 


20.6 


Male+ 


83.0 


22.7 


60.3 


17.0 


Female+ 


86.5 


19.8 


66.7 


13.5 


Disability* 


51.2 


5.4 


45.8 


48.8 


Migrant**+ 


49.2 


4.9 


44.3 


50.8 


English Language Learner 


43.8 


0.5 


43.3 


56.2 


Low Socioeconomic Status 


73.4 


9.7 


63.7 


26.6 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: +Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress Report. *Disability status is determined by the presence of an 

individualized education program. **Migrant— a student is considered a migrant if he or she has moved in the past 
36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or seasonal employment in 
agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. The Iowa Department of Education has combined the Intermediate 
and High achievement levels to define a single achievement level called Proficient. Figures for High, Intermediate, and 
Low may not total 100 percent due to rounding. 



Figure 43 



Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students 
Proficient in Science 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




77.5 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 44 



Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 

■ Male Female 

100.0 




1 

2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 45 



Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



African American 
American Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific Islander 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 



46.2 
45.9 




68.3 
I 72.4 




69.9 
69.8 



2011- 2012 

2012- 2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 46 



Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 

■ Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
100.0 -| 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



Figure 47 

Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 





Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



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Figure 48 



Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students Proficient 
in Science by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I English Language Learner 



Not English Language Learner 



100.0 



c 

01 
u 

&_ 

<u 
a. 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background. 



Figure 49 



Percent of Iowa Fifth Grade Students Proficient 
in Science by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Migrant Not Migrant 



c 

u 

&_ 

a. 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood.. 



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Figure 50 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students 
Proficient in Science 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




75.0 



2011-2012 



School Year 




2012-2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 51 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students 
Proficient in Science by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i Male Female 




73.5 



2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 52 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 to 2011-2012 



African American 
American Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific Islander 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 




55.6 
54.7 



58.5 
57.5 



65.4 
I 67.0 



74.8 
I 76.0 



2011-2012 
12012-2013 



79. 
79. 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 53 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 



a. 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



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Figure 54 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



100.0 



c 

01 
u 

&_ 

o> 
a. 



I Disability No Disability 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

* Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



Figure 55 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I English Language Learner 



Not English Language Learner 



01 
u 

1_ 

01 

a. 




2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background. 



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Figure 56 



Percent of Iowa Eighth Grade Students Proficient in 
Science by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



c 

HI 
u 

&_ 

QJ 

a. 



I Migrant Not Migrant 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



Figure 57 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Science 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 




84.7 



2011-2012 



School Year 




2012-2013 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 58 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Science by Gender 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



i Male Female 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



Figure 59 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in Science 
by Race/Ethnicity 2011-2012 to 2011-2012 



African American 
American Indian 

Asian 

Hawaiian or 
Pacific Islander 

Hispanic 

White 

Two or more 
races 



75.0 
76.2 



77.8 
80.8 




2011-2012 
■ 2012-2013 



87.8 
87.6 



78.0 
I 79.5 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Note: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 



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Figure 60 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in 
Science by Socioeconomic Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 
Not Eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals 




90.2 



2011-2012 



2012-2013 



School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 
*Socioeconomic status is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 



Figure 61 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient in 
Science by Disability Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Disability No Disability 



<u 
a. 




90.0 



2011-2012 





51.2 














1 


2012-2013 


School Year 







Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 



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Figure 62 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Science by Primary Language Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



01 

a. 



I English Language Learner 



Not English Language Learner 




2011-2012 2012-2013 
School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Primary language status classified by English and English language learner and determined according to the following 
definition: English language learner refers to a student who has a language other than English and the proficiency in 
English is such that the probability of the student's academic success in an English-only classroom is below that of an 
academically successful peer with an English language background. 



Figure 63 



Percent of Iowa Eleventh Grade Students Proficient 
in Science by Migrant Status* 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 



I Migrant Not Migrant 



01 

a. 




84.8 



2011-2012 



School Year 




Source: Iowa Department of Education, AYP file. 

Notes: The data include the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) test results and the results from the IAA. 

*Migrant status is defined as migrant or non-migrant as follows: Migrant: a student is considered a migrant if he or 
she has moved in the past 36 months from one district to another so that the parents could obtain temporary or 
seasonal employment in agriculture as their principle means of livelihood. 



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National Assessment of Educational Progress 

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the only nationally representative, 
continuing assessment of what students in the United States know and can accomplish in various 
subject areas. Since NAEP assessments are administered uniformly using the same sets of test 
booklets across the nation, NAEP results serve as a common metric for all states and selected urban 
districts. The assessment stays essentially the same from year to year, with only carefully 
documented changes. This permits NAEP to provide a clear picture of student academic progress 
over time. The following tables show the most recent results of NAEP for Iowa in reading and 
mathematics that were available at the time this document was released. Additional information on 
NAEP can be found at: http://nationsreportcard.fiov/ . 

NAEP mathematics and reading results for grades four and eight are reported on a 0-500 scale. 
Because NAEP scales are developed independently for each subject and for each content area 
within a subject, the scores cannot be compared across subjects. In addition to the scale scores and 
based on recommendations from policymakers, educators, and members of the general public, 
specific achievement levels are set for each subject area and grade. Achievement levels are 
performance standards showing what students should know and be able to do. They provide 
another perspective with which to interpret student performance. NAEP results are reported as 
percentages of students performing at the Basic, Proficient, and Advanced levels. 

• Basic denotes partial mastery of prerequisite knowledge and skills that are fundamental for 
proficient work at a given grade. 

• Proficient represents solid academic performance. Students reaching this level have 
demonstrated competency over challenging subject matter. 

• Advanced represents superior performance. 

Note that the cut point for the Basic level on NAEP is the best comparison to the Proficient level on 
the Iowa Tests. 



Table 8 

Inclusion Rates: Percent Included in the NAEP 2011 Assessment 





Jurisdiction 


Grade 4 
Reading 


Grade 4 
Mathematics 


Grade 8 
Reading 


Grade 8 
Mathematics 


Students with Disabilities 


Iowa 


93.3% 


91.9% 


94.7% 


90.4% 




Nation 


76.6 


84.2 


75.5 


80.0 


English Language Learners 


Iowa 


97.8 


94.4 


99.0 


96.7 




Nation 


89.0 


95.9 


86.4 


93.1 



Source: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National 
Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Assessment. 



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Table 9 



NAEP Reading 2011, Grade 4, Percent of Students at 
Each Achievement Level for Iowa and the Nation 



Iowa Nation 





Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


All Students 


31% 


35% 


27% 


6% 


34% 


34% 


25% 


7% 


African American 


62 


27 


10 


1 


51 


32 


14 


2 


American Indian 










51 


30 


15 


4 


Asian 


27 


27 


32 


13 


19 


30 


33 


18 


Hispanic 


52 


33 


13 


2 


50 


33 


15 


2 


Pacific Islander 










40 


33 


22 


5 


White 


27 


37 


30 


7 


23 


35 


32 


10 


Two or more races 


38 


29 


24 


8 


29 


34 


27 


10 


Low SES 


47 


35 


15 


2 


48 


34 


16 


2 


Not Low SES 


20 


36 


35 


9 


18 


34 


35 


13 



Source: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National 

Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Assessment. 
Notes: "-" Reporting standards not met (insufficient sample size to report). Detail may not sum to 100% because of rounding. 

Some apparent differences between estimates may not be statistically significant. 



Table 10 

NAEP Reading 2011, Grade 8, Percent of Students at 
Each Achievement Level for Iowa and the Nation 



Iowa Nation 





Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


All Students 


23% 


44% 


31% 


2% 


25% 


43% 


29% 


3% 


African American 


43 


45 


11 


1 


42 


44 


14 


1 


American Indian 










36 


42 


20 


2 


Asian 


21 


40 


34 


5 


16 


35 


40 


8 


Hispanic 


38 


42 


19 


1 


37 


45 


17 


1 


Pacific Islander 










39 


40 


20 


2 


White 


20 


45 


33 


2 


16 


43 


37 


4 


Two or more races 










23 


42 


31 


4 


Low SES 


35 


45 


20 


1 


37 


45 


17 


1 


Not Low SES 


16 


44 


37 


3 


15 


41 


39 


5 


Source: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National 

Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Assessment. 
Notes: "-" Reporting standards not met (insufficient sample size to report). Detail may not sum to 100% because of rounding. 

Some apparent differences between estimates may not be statistically significant. 



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Table 11 



NAEP Mathematics 2011, Grade 4, Percent of Students at 
Each Achievement Level for Iowa and the Nation 



Iowa Nation 





Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


All C + i irlnn + r 

am students 


1/10/ 


/l TO/ 

4dto 


n -70/ 

a /To 


CO/ 

b/o 


1 QO/ 


/no/ 
4Z7o 


DD/O 


CO/ 

b/o 


African American 


6 1 


4o 


1 / 


L 


a4 


/l Q 

4y 


lb 


1 

1 


A moriran 1 nrl i a n 

Ml 1 1 CI 1 L.d II 1 1 III Id 1 1 










37 
o^i 


AA 


11 




Asian 










8 


28 


44 


21 


Hispanic 


27 


49 


23 


1 


28 


48 


22 


2 


Pacific Islander 










24 


42 


26 


7 


White 


11 


42 


41 


6 


9 


39 


43 


9 


Two or more races 


16 


45 


36 


3 


15 


43 


34 


9 


Low SES 


23 


49 


26 


2 


27 


48 


22 


2 


Not Low SES 


8 


38 


45 


8 


8 


35 


45 


12 



Source: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National 

Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Assessment. 
Notes: "-" Reporting standards not met (insufficient sample size to report). Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. 

Some apparent differences between estimates may not be statistically significant. 



Table 12 

NAEP Mathematics 2011, Grade 8, Percent of Students at 
Each Achievement Level for Iowa and the Nation 



Iowa Nation 





Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


Below 
Basic 


Basic 


Proficient 


Advanced 


All Students 


23% 


43% 


26% 


8% 


28% 


39% 


26% 


8% 


African American 


52 


37 


10 


1 


50 


37 


11 


1 


American Indian 










45 


38 


14 


4 


Asian 


21 


33 


34 


12 


12 


30 


34 


24 


Hispanic 


38 


48 


13 


1 


40 


40 


17 


3 


Pacific Islander 










45 


37 


15 


3 


White 


20 


43 


28 


9 


17 


39 


33 


10 


Two or more races 










24 


38 


27 


10 


Low SES 


37 


46 


16 


2 


41 


41 


16 


2 


Not Low SES 


15 


41 


32 


11 


16 


37 


34 


13 


Source: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National 

Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2011 Assessment. 
Notes: "-" Reporting standards not met (insufficient sample size to report). Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. 

Some apparent differences between estimates may not be statistically significant. 



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High School Graduates and Graduation 



Rates 

This section reports eight years of trend data on the number of high school graduates in Iowa public 
schools and displays a four-year cohort graduation rate trend for graduating classes of 2011 and 
2012. In addition, a five-year cohort graduation rate is reported for the graduating classes of 2010 
and 2011. 



High School Graduates 

A public high school completer can receive high school diploma or a certificate. The NCLB Act 
defines the regular diploma recipients as high school graduates. 

Other completers, students who have finished the high school program but did not earn a diploma 
are not high school graduates based on the Iowa Consolidated State Application Accountability 
Workbook. 



Figure 63 shows the number of regular diploma recipients by school year from 2004-2005 to 2011- 
2012. The counts in this figure include the students who earn a regular diploma in four years and 
the students who receive regular diplomas in less or more than four years. 



Figure 63 



CO 
CD 

nj 

3 
T3 
CC 

O 



CD 

E 

3 



36,000 
34,000 
32,000 
30,000 
28,000 
26,000 
24,000 
22,000 
20,000 



Number of Iowa Public High School Graduates 2004-2005 to 2011-2012 



33,547 33,693 



34,140 34 > 573 33,926 34 < 462 33,853 



33,231 



2004-20052005-20062006-20072007-20082008-20092009-201 0201 0-201 1 201 1 -201 2 

School Year 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Information and Analysis, SRI file. 



High School Graduation Rates 

With the statewide identification system and Student Reporting in Iowa (SRI) data, Iowa can follow 
the same group of students over several years and implement the first-time freshman cohort rates 
(students who repeated their 9th grade year were not included in the cohort). The four-year cohort 



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graduation rate is calculated for the class of 2012 by dividing the number of students in the cohort 
(denominator) who graduate with a regular high school diploma in four years or less by the number 
of first-time 9th graders enrolled in the fall of 2008 minus the number of students who transferred 
out plus the total number of students who transferred in. 

Iowa Four-Year Cohort Graduation Rate = (FG + TIG) / (F + Tl - TO) 
For the graduating class of 2012 

FG = First-time 9th grade students in fall of 2008 and graduated in 2012 or earlier 
TIG = Students who transferred in grades 9 to 12 and graduated in 2012 or sooner 
F = First-time 9th grade students in fall of 2008 
Tl = Transferred in the first-time 9th graders' cohort in grades 9 to 12 
TO = Transfer out (including emigrates and deceased) 
First-time freshmen and transferred-in students include: resident students attending a public school 
in the district; non-resident students open-enrolled in, whole-grade sharing in, or tuition in; and 
foreign students on Visa. Those excluded are: home-schooled and nonpublic schooled students; 
public school students enrolled in another district but taking courses on a part-time basis; and 
foreign exchange students. Students receiving regular diplomas are included as graduates in the 
numerator. Early graduates are included in the original cohort. All students who take longer to 
graduate (including students with lEPs) are included in the denominator but not in the numerator 
for the four-year rate. 



Figure 64 



Iowa Public High School Four-Year Cohort Graduation Rate 
for the Graduating Classes of 2009 to 2012 



1 00% 
95% 
90% 
85% 
80% 
75% 
70% 
65% 
60% 
55% 
50% 



87.3% 



88.8% 



88.3% 



2009 



2010 2011 
Graduating Class 



89.3% 



2012 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Information and Analysis, SRI file. 



The five-year cohort graduation rate is calculated using a similar methodology as the four-year 
cohort rate. The five-year cohort graduation rate for the class of 2011 is calculated by dividing the 
number of students in the cohort (denominator) who graduate with a regular high school diploma 
in five years or less (by the 2011-2012 school year) by the number of first-time 9th graders enrolled 
in the fall of 2007 minus the number of students who transferred out (between 2007 and 2011) plus 
the total number of students who transferred in (between 2007 and 2011). The five-year cohort 



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rate will maintain the same denominator as the previous year's four-year cohort rate, simply adding 
students who graduate in the fifth year to the numerator. 

Table 13 displays the four-year cohort graduation rates for graduating classes of 2011 and 2012. 
The rates listed are for all students and 13 subgroups. In gender comparison, females had higher 
graduation rates than males on average. Among the ethnic/race subgroups, White and Asian 
students had higher graduation rates than other race groups; the students who were eligible for 
free reduced price lunch and IEP, English Language Learners (ELL), and migrant students had 
graduation rates lower than the all student group on average. 

Table 13 



Iowa Public High School Four-Year Cohort Graduation Rate by Subgroup 
for the Graduation Classes of 2011 and 2012 





Class of 2011 (4 Year Rate Target 85%) 


Class of 2012 (4 Year Rate Target 87%) 




Numerator 


Denominator 


Graduation 
Rate 


Numerator 


Denominator 


Graduation 
Rate 


All Students 


31,510 


35,676 


88.3% # 


30,367 


34,019 


89.3% # 


African American 


1,130 


1,543 


73.2% 


1,042 


1,406 


74.1% 


American Indian 


122 


154 


79.2% 


104 


143 


72.7% 


Asian 


555 


627 


88.5% # 


533 


593 


89.9% # 


Hispanic 


1,643 


2,186 


75.2% 


1,720 


2,220 


77.5% 


Hawaiian or 
Pacific Islander 


31 


38 


81.6% 


30 


39 


76.9% 


Two or More 
Races 


441 


538 


82.0% 


519 


615 


84.4% 


White 


27,588 


30,590 


90.2% # 


26,419 


29,003 


91.1% # 


Disability* 


3,701 


5,296 


69.9% 


3,387 


4,659 


72.7% 


ELL** 


699 


999 


70.0% 


765 


1,035 


73.9% 


LowSES*** 


9,882 


12,646 


78.1% 


9,801 


12,293 


79.7% 


Migrant+ 


118 


166 


71.1% 


38 


56 


67.9% 


Female+ 


15,795 


17,417 


90.7% # 


15,335 


16,773 


91.4% # 


Male+ 


15,715 


18,259 


86.1% # 


15,032 


17,246 


87.2% # 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Information and Analysis, SRI files. 
Notes: * Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 
** ELL indicates English Language Learner. 

*** Low SES is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 
+ Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) report. 
# Indicates that the group met the annual target. 



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The five-year cohort graduation rates for the graduating class of 2010 and 2011 are displayed in 
Table 14. 

Table 14 



Iowa Public High School Five-Year Cohort Graduation Rate 
by Subgroup for the Graduation Classes of 2010 and 2011 





Class of 2010 (5 Year Rate Target 85%) 


Class of 2011 (5 Year Rate Target 87%) 




Numerator 


Denominator 


Graduation 
Rate 


Numerator 


Denominator 


Graduation 
Rate 


A 1 1 C + i i^on + c 

aii otuaenis 


t t 1 on 

33,189 


36,152 


ni oo/ w 

91.8% # 


32,624 


35,676 


f\1 AO/ 44- 

91.4% # 


African American 


1,181 


1,494 


79.0% 


1,223 


1,543 


79.3% 


American Indian 


142 


185 


76.8% 


127 


154 


82.5% 


Asian 


630 


668 


94.3% # 


577 


627 


92.0% # 


Hispanic 


1,685 


2,021 


83.4% 


1,800 


2,186 


82.3% 


Hawaiian or 
Pacific Islander 


- 


- 


- 


33 


38 


86.8% 


Two or More 
Races 








463 


538 


86.1% 


White 


29,152 


31,349 


93.0% # 


28,401 


30,590 


92.8% # 


Disability* 


4,280 


5,252 


81.5% 


4,273 


5,296 


80.7% 


ELL** 


789 


962 


82.0% 


800 


999 


80.1% 


LowSES*** 


10,439 


12,383 


84.3% 


10,575 


12,646 


83.6% 


Migrant+ 


167 


221 


75.6% 


133 


166 


80.1% 


Female+ 


16,779 


17,999 


93.2% # 


16,203 


17,417 


93.0% # 


Male+ 


16,410 


18,153 


90.4% # 


16,421 


18,259 


89.9% # 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Bureau of Information and Analysis, SRI files. 
Notes: * Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 
** ELL indicates English Language Learner. 

*** Low SES is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 
+ Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) report. 
- Data are not available. 

# Indicates that the group met the annual target. 



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Average Daily Attendance 

The average daily attendance (ADA) rate for kindergarten to grade eight is one of the additional 
academic indicators for the NCLB accountability system. Iowa's average daily attendance is defined 
as the aggregate days of student attendance (days present) in a school or school district divided by 
the aggregate days of enrollment. The 2011-2012 aggregate K-8 ADA rate for Iowa public schools 
was 96.1 percent, an increase of 0.5 percent over last year's rate. Figure 65 shows the ADA trend 
for Iowa public schools for the past 7 school years. 



Figure 65 

Iowa Public School Grades K-8 Average Daily Attendance Rate 
2004-2005 to 2011-2012 



95.8 



95.8 



95.9 



95.8 



95.5 



95.6 



96.1 



2005-06 



2006-07 



2007-08 



2008-09 
School Year 



2009-10 



2010-11 



2011-12 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, SRI file. 



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Figure 66 displays the disaggregated ADA data by subgroup for school years 2011-2012 and 2010- 
2011. ADA rates increased slightly for all subgroups in the past year. 

Figure 66 

K-8 Average Daily Attendance Rate by Subgroup 
2010-2011 and 2011-2012 



2010-2011 



12011-2012 



All Students 
African American 
American Indian 
Asian 

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 
Hispanic 
White 

Two or More Races 
Low SES* 
ELL** 
Disability*** 
Migrant+ 
Female+ 
Male+ 



95.6 
| 96.1 

94.3 
94.9 



93.6 
94.2 



96.4 
96.9 



94.4 
94.9 

95 
| 95.5 

95.8 
| 96.3 

94.9 
| 95.4 

94.6 
95.2 




100 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, SRI Enrollment file. 
Notes: *Low SES is determined by the eligibility for free or reduced price meals. 
**ELL indicates English Language Learner. 

***Disability status is determined by the presence of an individualized education program (IEP). 
+Not required for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) report. 



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Highly Qualified Teachers 

The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act requires states to provide the characteristics of teachers in high 
and low poverty schools in their annual state report card. The Act defines high and low poverty 
schools as those in the top (high) and bottom (low) quartiles of schools in poverty. The Iowa 
Department of Education uses the percentage of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch by 
school to determine the poverty quartiles. Table 15 shows the comparison of teacher 
characteristics between high and low poverty public schools in 2012-2013. Table 16 shows the same 
comparison between high and low poverty public schools by school level. Highly Qualified Teacher 
(HQT) assignment indicates a match between assignment and endorsement areas. There were a 
larger percentage of the teachers with advanced degrees in high poverty schools than in low 
poverty schools. On average, the teachers in high poverty schools were older and had more district 
experience compared to the teachers in low poverty schools. 

Highly qualified teacher data by academic area are presented in Tables 17 to 19. Table 18 further 
breaks down not HQT sections by school level and Table 19 breaks down the not HQT sections by 
school poverty status. For academic areas shown, all twelve areas had below 0.1 percent of sections 
that are not taught by Highly Qualified Teachers. 

Table 15 



Highly Qualified Teacher (HQT) Data for 2012-2013 
All Schools by Poverty Status 





High Poverty 
Schools 


Low Poverty 
Schools 


All Schools 


# Sections in Selected Areas 


39,914 


43,502 


146,867 


# Sections in Selected Areas Not Taught by HQT 


1 





1 


% Sections in Selected Areas Not Taught by HQT 


0.00% 


0.00% 


0.00% 


# Full-Time Teachers 


9,719 


8,971 


33,129 


# Advanced Degrees 


3,449 


3,241 


10,865 


% Advanced Degrees 


35.5% 


36.1% 


32.8% 


# Bachelor Degrees 


6,270 


5,730 


22,264 


Avg. District Experience 


10.4 


10.0 


10.8 


Avg. Total Experience 


13.2 


13.8 


14.1 


Average Age 


41.3 


40.4 


41.4 


Average Salary 


$ 51,237 


$ 52,265 


$ 50,887 


# Students Served 


133,104 


137,053 


471,327 


Source: Iowa Department of Education, Teacher Licensure Files and Basic Educational Data Survey, Staff Files. 

Notes: District office and AEA teachers and students are NOT included. High/low poverty based on top and bottom 25 

percent of schools in terms of percent of their students eligible for free/reduced price lunch. The selected academic 
areas include English, reading/language arts, mathematics, science, foreign language, civics/government, economics, 
arts, history, geography, elementary (K-8), and special education. 



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Table 16 



Highly Qualified Teacher (HOT) Data for 2012-2013 
by School Level and Poverty Status 







Flpmpntarv 

i_ i c 1 1 1 c i i id i y 






Sprnnrlarv 

_>CUWI lUal y 






High 


Low 


All 

Elementary 


High 


Low 


All 

Secondary 




Poverty 

JLI IUUI J 


Poverty 

JLI IUUI j 


Poverty 

JL 1 IUUI j 


Poverty 

JL 1 IUUI J 


# Sections in Selected Areas 


22,802 


25,641 


86,155 


17,112 


17,861 


61,246 


# Sections in Selected Areas 


1 





1 











Not Taught by HQ.T 






% Sections in Selected Areas 
Not Taught by HOT 


0.00% 


0.00% 


0.00% 


0.00% 


0.00% 


0.00% 


# Full-Time Teachers 


6,870 


6,092 


22,985 


2,849 


2,879 


10,144 


# Advanced Degrees 


2,370 


2,117 


7,277 


1,079 


1,124 


3,588 


% Advanced Degrees 


34.5% 


34.8% 


31.7% 


37.9% 


39.0% 


35.4% 


# Bachelor Degrees 


4,500 


3,975 


15,708 


1,770 


1,755 


6,556 


Avg. District Experience 


10.7 


10.0 


11.1 


9.8 


10.0 


10.2 


Avg. Total Experience 


13.2 


13.7 


14.1 


13.2 


14.5 


14.2 


Average Age 


41.0 


39.9 


41.2 


42.0 


41.5 


41.8 


Average Salary 


$51,295 


$ 52,184 


$ 50,972 


$ 51,098 


$ 52,458 


$ 50,733 


# Students Served 


90,646 


93,996 


326,078 


42,458 


43,057 


145,249 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Teacher Licensure Files and Basic Educational Data Survey, Staff Files. 

Notes: District office and AEA teachers and students are NOT included. High/low poverty based on top and bottom 25 

percent of schools in terms of percent of their students eligible for free/reduced price lunch. The selected academic 
areas include English, reading/language arts, mathematics, science, foreign language, civics/government, economics, 
arts, history, geography, elementary (K-8), and special education. 



Table 17 



Number and Percent of Sections Not Taught by Highly Qualified School 






Teachers by Academic Area 2012-2013 








Sections for All Building 
Teachers 


Sections for Building, 
District Office and AEA 


Sections for Building 
and District Office 




Teachers 


Teachers 


Academic Area 




% Not 




% Not 




% Not 




Total 


Taught by 
HQT 


Total 


Taught by 
HQT 


Total 


Taught by 
HQT 


English 


16,375 


0.00% 


17,081 


0.00% 


17,081 


0.00% 


Reading/Language Arts 


7,813 


0.00% 


8,064 


0.00% 


8,063 


0.00% 


Mathematics 


14,788 


0.00% 


15,314 


0.00% 


15,314 


0.00% 


Science 


13,305 


0.00% 


13,877 


0.00% 


13,877 


0.00% 


Foreign Language 


6,199 


0.00% 


6,402 


0.00% 


6,402 


0.00% 


Civics/Government 


6,895 


0.00% 


7,255 


0.00% 


7,255 


0.00% 


Economics 


658 


0.00% 


672 


0.00% 


672 


0.00% 


Arts 


28,235 


0.00% 


29,705 


0.00% 


29,703 


0.00% 


History 


4,788 


0.00% 


4,880 


0.00% 


4,880 


0.00% 


Geography 


647 


0.00% 


651 


0.00% 


651 


0.00% 


Elementary (K-8) 


25,585 


0.00% 


26,789 


0.00% 


26,784 


0.00% 


Special Education 


21,579 


0.00% 


22,358 


0.00% 


21,803 


0.00% 


Total 


146,867 


0.00% 


153,048 


0.00% 


152,485 


0.00% 


Source: Iowa Department of Education, Teacher Licensure Files and Basic Educational Data Survey, Staff Files. 



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Table 18 



Number and Percent of Sections Not Taught by Highly Qualified School 
Teachers by Academic Area and School Level 2012-2013 



Sections for All Building Sections for Elementary Sections for Secondary 
Teachers Building (K-8) Teachers Building (9-12) Teachers 







% Not 




% Not 




% Not 


Academic Area 


Total 


Taught by 


Total 


Taught by 


Total 


Taught by 






HQ.T 




HQ.T 




HQ.T 


English 


16,375 


0.00% 


5,437 


0.00% 


11,058 


0.00% 


Reading/Language Arts 


7,813 


0.00% 


7,219 


0.00% 


594 


0.00% 


Mathematics 


14,788 


0.00% 


5,281 


0.00% 


9,589 


0.00% 


Science 


13,305 


0.00% 


4,397 


0.00% 


9,048 


0.00% 


Foreign Language 


6,199 


0.00% 


1,041 


0.00% 


5,248 


0.00% 


Civics/Government 


6,895 


0.00% 


4,227 


0.00% 


2,687 


0.00% 


Economics 


658 


0.00% 




0.00% 


661 


0.00% 


Arts 


28,235 


0.00% 


20,746 


0.00% 


7,528 


0.00% 


History 


4,788 


0.00% 




0.00% 


4,829 


0.00% 


Geography 


647 


0.00% 




0.00% 


647 


0.00% 


Elementary (K-8) 


25,585 


0.00% 


25,585 


0.00% 




0.00% 


Special Education 


21,579 


0.00% 


12,222 


0.00% 


9,357 


0.00% 


Total 


146,867 


0.00% 


86,155 


0.00% 


61,246 


0.00% 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Teacher Licensure Files and Basic Educational Data Survey, Staff Files. 

Note: Secondary indicates a regular and alternative grade 9-12 building and elementary indicates grade level K-8. Teachers 

with assignments in middle school (or junior high) and high school are reported in both elementary and secondary 

levels. District office and AEA teachers are NOT included. 



Table 19 

Number and Percent of Sections Not Taught by Highly Qualified School 
Teachers by Academic Area and Poverty Status 2012-2013 



Sections for All Building Sections for Sections for 

Teachers High Poverty Low Poverty 

Building Teachers Building Teachers 



Academic Area 


Total 


% Not Taught 
by HQT 


Total 


% Not Taught 
by HQT 


Total 


% Not Taught 
by HQT 


English 


16,375 


0.00% 


4,261 


0.00% 


4,944 


0.00% 


Reading/Language Arts 


7,813 


0.00% 


2,618 


0.00% 


1,548 


0.00% 


Mathematics 


14,788 


0.00% 


3,934 


0.00% 


4,357 


0.00% 


Science 


13,305 


0.00% 


3,429 


0.00% 


4,041 


0.00% 


Foreign Language 


6,199 


0.00% 


1,449 


0.00% 


2,155 


0.00% 


Civics/Government 


6,895 


0.00% 


1,624 


0.00% 


2,089 


0.00% 


Economics 


658 


0.00% 


195 


0.00% 


180 


0.00% 


Arts 


28,235 


0.00% 


8,045 


0.00% 


8,451 


0.00% 


History 


4,788 


0.00% 


1,363 


0.00% 


1,457 


0.00% 


Geography 


647 


0.00% 


152 


0.00% 


183 


0.00% 


Elementary (K-8) 


25,585 


0.00% 


6,620 


0.02% 


8,246 


0.00% 


Special Education 


21,579 


0.00% 


6,224 


0.00% 


5,851 


0.00% 


Total 


146,867 


0.00% 


39,914 


0.00% 


43,502 


0.00% 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Teacher Licensure Files and Basic Educational Data Survey, Staff and Enrollment Files. 
Note: High/low poverty based on top and bottom 25 percent of schools in terms of percent of their students eligible for 
free/reduced price lunch. District office and AEA teachers are NOT included. 



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In 2012-2013, there were no public school teachers in Iowa with an emergency or provisional 
license (Table 20). 

Table 20 



Number and Percent of Teachers with 
Emergency/Provisional Licenses 2012-2013 





Number of Teachers 


Percent of Teachers 


All Schools 





0% 


Elementary Schools 








Secondary Schools 








High Poverty Schools 








Low Poverty Schools 








Source: Iowa Department of Education, Teacher Licensure Files and Basic Educational Data Survey, Staff Files. 

Note: High/low poverty based on top and bottom 25 percent of schools in terms of percent of their students eligible for 



free/reduced price lunch. 



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Districts and Schools in Need of Assistance 

Under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB), public school districts and public schools must report 
the academic progress of all students in grades three through eight and eleven. Student academic 
progress is reported by subgroups and their test participation rates in the subject areas of reading and 
mathematics. Public elementary and middle school average daily attendance (ADA) rates and public high 
school graduation rates are the other academic indicators (OAI) for public districts and schools. 

If a district does not meet the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) state participation goals or state Annual 
Measurable Objectives (AMO) proficiency targets in either the "all students" group or any one of the 
subgroups within the required grade spans (3-5 elementary, 6-8 middle, and 11 high) in the same 
subject area (reading or mathematics) for two consecutive years, it shall be identified as a district in 
need of assistance (DINA). A district can also be classified as DINA if it misses both ADA and graduation 
rate for two consecutive years. To be removed from DINA status, a district must meet AYP for two 
consecutive years. 

If a school does not meet the AYP state participation goals or state AMO in reading or mathematics in 
either the "all students" group or any one of the subgroups for two consecutive years, it shall be 
designated as a school in need of assistance (SINA). A school level decision is based on all of the AYP 
grades housed at each attendance center. A school can also be classified as SINA if it does not meet the 
ADA or graduation rate for two consecutive years. To be removed from SINA status, a school must meet 
AYP for two consecutive years. 

Based on 2012-2013 performance, 41 of 348 (11.8 percent) public school districts were identified as a 
district in need of assistance (DINA) for the 2013-2014 school year. Twenty-eight districts were 
identified as a district in need of assistance for the previous (2011-2012) school year. 

Of the 1,361 Iowa public schools that provided services to students in grades K to 12 for which AYP 
decisions were made, a total of 643 public schools (47.2 percent) were identified as a school in need of 
assistance (SINA). This is an increase of 11.9 percent from the 35.3 percent (adjusted) of public schools 
identified as a school in need of assistance for the 2011-2012 school year. 

Table 20 shows the list of the districts in need of assistance and Table 21 shows the list of schools in 
need of assistance. For this report, the AYP status of all districts and schools is displayed. Ratings include 
SINA-X (denoting the number of years in improvement status), Delay (meeting AYP for one year; 
meeting the following year would cause removal from the improvement list), Watch (missing AYP for 
one year; missing the following year would change designation to SINA status), Removed (from Watch 
status for making AYP after missing AYP; or from SINA status for making AYP for two consecutive years 
after being designated as SINA), or MET (making AYP through at least one of eight steps in the 
determination process). 



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Table 20 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


Adair-Casey Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Adel DeSoto Minburn Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


AGWSR Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


A-H-S-T Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Akron Westfield Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Albert City-Truesdale Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Albia Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Alburnett Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Alden Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Algona Comm School District 


Watch 


DINA-1 


Allamakee Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Alta Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Ames Comm School District 


MET 


Removed-Watch 


Anamosa Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Andrew Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Ankeny Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Aplington-Parkersburg Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Armstrong-Ringsted Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Ar-We-Va Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Atlantic Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Audubon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Aurelia Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Ballard Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Battle Creek-Ida Grove Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Baxter Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


BCLUW Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Bedford Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Belle Plaine Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Bellevue Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Belmond-Klemme Comm School District 


MET 


Removed-Watch 


Bennett Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Benton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Bettendorf Comm School District 


Removed-DINA 


Watch 


Bondurant-Farrar Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Boone Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Boyden-Hull Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Boyer Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Brooklyn-Guernsey-Malcom Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Burlington Comm School District 


DINA-3 


DINA-2 


CALComm School District 


MET 


MET 


Calamus-Wheatland Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


CAM Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Camanche Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Cardinal Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Carlisle Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Carroll Comm School District 


MET 


MET 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


Cedar Falls Comm School District 


DINA-1 


Watch 


Cedar Rapids Comm School District 


DINA-6 


DINA-8 


Center Point-Urbana Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Centerville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central City Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central Clinton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central Decatur Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central Lee Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central Lyon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Central Springs Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Chariton Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Charles City Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Charter Oak-Ute Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Cherokee Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Clarinda Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


MET 


Clarion-Goldfield Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Clarke Comm School District 


Watch 


Removed-Watch 


Clarksville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Clay Central-Everly Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Clayton Ridge Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Clear Creek Amana Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Clear Lake Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


Removed-Watch 


Clearfield Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Clinton Comm School District 


DINA-4 


DINA-6 


Colfax-Mingo Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


College Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


DINA-1 


Collins-Maxwell Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Colo-Nesco Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Columbus Comm School District 


DINA-2 


Delay-1 


Coon Rapids-Bayard Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Corning Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Corwith-Wesley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Council Bluffs Comm School District 


DINA-7 


DINA-8 


Creston Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


Removed-Watch 


Dallas Center-Grimes Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Danville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Davenport Comm School District 


DINA-8 


DINA-9 


Davis County Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Decorah Community School District 


MET 


MET 


Delwood Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Denison Comm School District 


MET 


DINA-4 


Denver Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Des Moines Independent Comm School District 


DINA-5 


DINA-7 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


Dows Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Dubuque Comm School District 


DINA-4 


DINA-4 


Dunkerton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Durant Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Eagle Grove Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Earlham Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


East Buchanan Comm School District 


MET 


Removed-Watch 


East Central Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


East Greene Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


East Marshall Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


East Mills Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


East Sac County School District 


MET 


MET 


East Union Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Eastern Allamakee Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Edgewood-Colesburg Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Eldora-New Providence Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Elk Horn-Kimballton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Emmetsburg Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


English Valleys Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Essex Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Estherville Lincoln Central Com Sch Dist 


DINA-2 


DINA-2 


Exira Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Fairfield Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


Watch 


Farragut Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Forest City Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Fort Dodge Comm School District 


Delay-4 


DINA-9 


Fort Madison Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Fredericksburg Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Fremont-Mills Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Galva-Holstein Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Garner-Hayfield Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


George-Little Rock Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Gilbert Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Gilmore City-Bradgate Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Gladbrook-Reinbeck Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Glenwood Comm School District 


DINA-1 


Removed-Watch 


Glidden-Ralston Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


GMG Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Graettinger-Terril Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Grinnell-Newburg Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Griswold Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Grundy Center Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Guthrie Center Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Hamburg Comm School District 


MET 


DINA-1 


Hampton-Dumont Comm School District 


DINA-1 


MET 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


Harlan Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Harmony Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Harris-Lake Park Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Highland Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Hinton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


H-L-V Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Howard-Winneshiek Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Hubbard-Radcliffe Comm School District 


Watch 


DINA-1 


Hudson Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Humboldt Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


IKM Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Independence Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Indianola Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Interstate 35 Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Iowa City Comm School District 


DINA-7 


DINA-7 


Iowa Falls Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Iowa Valley Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Janesville Consolidated School District 


MET 


MET 


Jefferson-Scranton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Jesup Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Johnston Comm School District 


DINA-1 


Watch 


Keokuk Comm School District 


Watch 


DINA-1 


Keota Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Kingsley-Pierson Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Knoxville Comm School District 


Watch 


DINA-1 


Lake Mills Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Lamoni Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Laurens-Marathon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Lawton-Bronson Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Le Mars Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Lenox Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Lewis Central Comm School District 


Delay-1 


DINA-3 


Linn-Mar Comm School District 


Removed-DINA 


MET 


Lisbon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Logan-Magnolia Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Lone Tree Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Louisa-Muscatine Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


LuVerne Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Lynnville-Sully Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Madrid Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Manson Northwest Webster Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Maple Valley Anthon-Oto Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Maquoketa Comm School District 


DINA-1 


Removed-Watch 


Maquoketa Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Comm School District 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


Marion Independent School District 


MET 


MET 


Marshalltown Comm School District 


DINA-7 


DINA-5 


Martensdale-St Marys Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Mason City Comm School District 


DINA-3 


DINA-5 


Mediapolis Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Melcher-Dallas Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


MFL MarMac Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Midland Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Mid-Prairie Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Missouri Valley Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


MOC-Floyd Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Montezuma Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Monticello Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Moravia Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Mormon Trail Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Morning Sun Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Moulton-Udell Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Mount Ayr Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Mount Pleasant Comm School District 


DINA-4 


DINA-1 


Mount Vernon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Murray Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Muscatine Comm School District 


Watch 


DINA-4 


Nashua-Plainfield Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Nevada Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


New Hampton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


New London Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Newell-Fonda Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Newton Comm School District 


DINA-3 


Delay-3 


Nodaway Valley Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


North Butler Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Cedar Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Fayette Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Iowa Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


North Kossuth Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


North Linn Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Mahaska Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Polk Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Scott Comm School District 


Watch 


DINA-1 


North Tama County Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


North Winneshiek Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Northeast Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Northeast Hamilton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Northwood-Kensett Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


NorwalkComm School District 


MET 


MET 


Odebolt-Arthur Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Oelwein Comm School District 


DINA-1 


Watch 



68 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


Ogden Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Okoboji Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Olin Consolidated School District 


MET 


MET 


Orient-Macksburg Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Osage Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Oskaloosa Comm School District 


Delay-2 


DINA-2 


Ottumwa Comm School District 


DINA-5 


DINA-7 


Panorama Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Paton-Churdan Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


PCM Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Pekin Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Pella Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Perry Comm School District 


Delay-3 


Watch 


Pleasant Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Pleasantville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Pocahontas Area Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Postville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Prairie Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Prescott Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Preston Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Red Oak Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Remsen-Union Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Riceville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


River Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Riverside Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Rock Valley Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Rockwell City-Lytton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Roland-Story Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Rudd-Rockford-Marble Rk Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Ruthven-Ayrshire Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Saydel Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Schaller-Crestland Comm School District 


MET 


Removed-Watch 


Schleswig Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sentral Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sergeant Bluff-Luton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Seymour Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sheldon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Shenandoah Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Sibley-Ocheyedan Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sidney Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sigourney Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sioux Center Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sioux Central Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sioux City Comm School District 


DINA-7 


DINA-7 


Solon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


South Hamilton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


South O'Brien Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


South Page Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


South Tama County Comm School District 


DINA-4 


DINA-1 


South Winneshiek Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Southeast Polk Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Southeast Warren Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Southeast Webster Grand Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Southern Cal Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Spencer Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Spirit Lake Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Springville Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


St Ansgar Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Stanton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Starmont Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Storm Lake Comm School District 


DINA-3 


DINA-1 


Stratford Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Sumner Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Tipton Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Titonka Consolidated School District 


MET 


Removed-Watch 


Treynor Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Tri-Center Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Tri-County Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Tripoli Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Turkey Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Twin Cedars Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Twin Rivers Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Underwood Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Union Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


DINA-1 


United Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Urbandale Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 


Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Van Buren Comm School District 


Watch 


MET 


Van Meter Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Ventura Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Villisca Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Vinton-Shellsburg Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


Watch 


Waco Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Walnut Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Wapello Comm School District 


Removed-Watch 


Removed-Watch 


Wapsie Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Washington Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Waterloo Comm School District 


DINA-8 


DINA-8 


Waukee Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Waverly-Shell Rock Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Wayne Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Webster City Comm School District 


Watch 


Watch 



70 



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Table 20 (continued) 



Districts in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


Math Proficiency 


Reading Proficiency 


West Bend-Mallard Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Branch Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Burlington Ind School District 


MET 


MET 


West Central Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Central Valley Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Delaware County Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Des Moines Comm School District 


Delay-4 


DINA-4 


West Fork Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Hancock Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Harrison Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Liberty Comm School District 


DINA-1 


DINA-1 


West Lyon Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Marshall Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Monona Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


West Sioux Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Western Dubuque Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Westwood Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Whiting Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Williamsburg Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Wilton Comm School District 


MET 


Watch 


Winfield-Mt Union Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Winterset Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Woden-Crystal Lake Comm School District 


NA 


NA 


Woodbine Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Woodbury Central Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Woodward-Granger Comm School District 


MET 


MET 


Source: Iowa Department of Education, Division of Learning and Results, Adequate Yearly Progress Report. 
Notes: All districts met participation in reading and mathematics and met other indicator. 

DINA-# indicates the number of years a district has been on improvement status under NCLB. 

Delay-# indicates the status year of the district when it made AYP and was placed on Delay status. If the district 

meets AYP the following year, it is removed from DINA status. 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 





Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 








Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 






uistnct 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Adair-Casey 


Adair-Casey ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Adair-Casey 


Adair-Casey Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Adel DeSoto Minburn 


Adel ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Adel DeSoto Minburn 


ADM MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Adel DeSoto Minburn 


ADM Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Adel DeSoto Minburn 


DeSoto Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-1 


MET 


AGWSR 


AGWSR ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


AGWSR 


AGWSR HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


AGWSR 


AGWSR MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


MET 


A-H-S-T 


A-H-S-T ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


A-H-S-T 


A-H-S-T HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Akron Westfield 


Akron Westfield ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Akron Westfield 


Akron Westfield MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Akron Westfield 


Akron Westfield Senior 
HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Albert City-Truesdale 


Albert City-Truesdale 
ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Albia 


Albia HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Albia 


Albia MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Albia 


Grant Center 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Albia 


Lincoln Center 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Alburnett 


Alburnett ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Alburnett 


Alburnett JrSr HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Alden 


Alden ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Algona 


Algona HS 


Watch 


SINA-1 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Algona 


Algona MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Algona 


Bertha Godfrey ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Algona 


Bryant ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Algona 


Lucia Wallace ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Allamakee 


Allamakee JHS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Allamakee 


East Campus ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Allamakee 


Waterville ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Allamakee 


Waukon HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Allamakee 


West Campus ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Alta 


Alta ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Alta 


Alta-Aurelia HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ames 


Abbie Sawyer ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Ames 


Ames HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


Ames 


Ames MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-5 


MET 


Ames 


Edwards ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Ames 


Fellows ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ames 


Kate Mitchell ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Ames 


Meeker ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 



72 



State Report Card 2013 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Anamosa 


Anamosa HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Anarnosa 


Strawberry Hill 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Anamosa 


West MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-2 


MET 


Ml lui trw 


Ar>Hro\A/ F^ 
Ml lu I tr W CO 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLl 1 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


A r>H ro\A/ 
Ml lui trw 


AnHrou; M^« 

MIIUIcW IVIJ 


MFT 

1 V 1 L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


Romnv/oH- 
r\fc:l 1 lu vtru 

Watrh 

V V CI L\_ 1 1 


Romr>\/oH 
r\fc:l I IU vtrU 

-Watrh 

V V CI L\_ 1 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


Ankeny 


Ankeny HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ankeny 


Ashland Ridge ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ankeny 


Crocker ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Ankeny 


East ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ankeny 


Northeast ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ankeny 


Northview MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


SINA-6 


MET 


Ankeny 


Northwest ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ankeny 


Parkview MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Ankeny 


Prairie Ridge MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Ankeny 


Prairie Trail ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


NA 


Ankeny 


Southeast ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Ankeny 


Terrace ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ankeny 


Westwood ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ap I ington- Parkers burg 


Aplington Parkersburg HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Aplington-Parkersburg 


Aplington / Parkersburg MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


MET 


Ap I ington- Parkers burg 


Aplington ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Aplington-Parkersburg 


Parkersburg ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Armstrong-Ringsted 


North Union HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


MET 


Ar-We-Va 


Ar-We-Va ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


NA 


Ar-We-Va 


Westside Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Atlantic 


Atlantic HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Watch 


MET 


Atlantic 


Atlantic MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Atlantic 


Schuler ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Atlantic 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Audubon 


Audubon ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Audubon 


Audubon Middle-HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Aurelia 


Aurelia ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Aurelia 


Aurelia MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Ballard 


Ballard Community MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Ballard 


Ballard Community HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ballard 


East ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Dd lid 1 U 


Wfcrbl Lj 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IV 1 d 1 


Watrh 
VV d LLl 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLl 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


Battle Creek-Ida Grove 


Battle Creek-Ida Grove 
Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Battle Creek-Ida Grove 


Battle Creek-Ida Grove HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Battle Creek-Ida Grove 


BCIG ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Baxter 


Baxter ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Baxter 


Baxter HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 

ividtn 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


BCLUW 


BCLUW ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


BCLUW 


BCLUW HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


BCLUW 


BCLUW MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Bedford 


Bedford ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Bedford 


Bedford HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Belle Plaine 


Belle Plaine Jr/Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Belle Plaine 


Longfellow ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Roll o\/i 10 
Dtrll tr VU tr 


Rol 1 o\/i io F ^ 
Dtriitrvutr co 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Da 1 1 o\/l ip 
Dtrll tr VU tr 


Rollovi ip 
Dtriitrvutr no 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


L/trldy £. 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Rol mnnH-l^lfim mo 
Dtr 1 1 1 iui iu ixitriiiiiitr 


Rol mrir>H-l^l om mo Alt 
DtrllllUllU IXltrlllllltr MIL 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Ro I m /~\ n H -1^ 1 o m m o 
Dtrll 1 lUMUiXltrillilltr 


Rol m c~\ n H - k' 1 o m m o 
DtriiiiUMUixitrniiiitr 

Community Jr-Sr HS 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


C1M A_1 
-Jl l\IM ± 


C|MA.l 

J 1 INM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


RolrnnnH-^lommo 
Dtr 1 1 1 IUI IU iXltrlllllltr 


Rol mnnrl -1^1 om mo F^ 
DtrllllUllU IXltrlllllltr CO 

1 JuLWUjUI 1 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


RomnwoH- 
rxtrl 1 IU vtru 

Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


L/trldy H- 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Bpnnptt 

V_ 1 II 1 \_ L L 


Bennett ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Benton 


Atkins ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Benton 


Benton Community MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Benton 


Benton Community Senior 
HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Benton 


Keystone ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Benton 


Norway ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


Benton 


Van Home ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Bettendorf HS 


Watch 


Watch 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Bettendorf MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Grant Wood ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Herbert Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Mark Twain ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Neil Armstrong ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Paul Norton ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Bettendorf 


Thomas Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Bondurant-Farrar 


Anderson ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


MET 


MET 


Bondurant-Farrar 


Bondurant MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Delay-1 


MET 


Bondurant-Farrar 


Bondurant-Farrar HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Boone 


Boone HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Boone 


Boone MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


Delay-2 


MET 


Boone 


Franklin ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


Boone 


Futures 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


duui I tr 


1 inrnl r> F^ 

LI 1 ILUI I 1 CO 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Boone 


Page ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Rrt\/Hort-Mi ill 
Duyutrii nun 


Rr»\/rlor> F^ 
Duy utr 1 1 co 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


R omr»\/orl- 
rxtrl I IU vtrU 

Watch 


R omri\/orl 
rxtri i iu vtru 

-Watch 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Boyden-Hull 


Boyden-Hull HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Boyer Valley 


Boyer Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Boyer Valley 


Boyer Valley Middle/HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-2 


MET 



74 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


RmnH\/n-f^ i lorncox/- 
d i w w i\i y 1 1 \j u tr i 1 1 btr y 


Rirtr»H\/r>-f^ i iorr> co\/-IV/l a Imm 
Dl UUMy II vjUtrlllotry IVIdlLUIII 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

■ VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


V V d LLI 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


Malrnm 

1 V 1 CI 1 V— V_/ 1 1 1 


ES 












Brooklyn-Guernsey- 


Brooklyn-Guernsey-Malcom 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


MET 


Malcom 


Jr-Sr HS 












Burlington 


Aldo Leopold MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-3 


MET 


Burlington 


Black Hawk ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Burlington 


Burlington Alt 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-2 


MET 


Burlington 


Burlington Community HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA_8 


MET 


Burlington 


Corse ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Burlington 


Edward Stone MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Burlington 


James Wilson Grimes 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Burlington 


North Hill ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


MET 


Burlington 


Sunnyside ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Delay-1 


MET 


CAL 


CAL Community HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


CAL 


CAL ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


v_d Id 1 1 lUb Vv 1 led L Id 1 IU 


C a 1 a in 1 1 c-\A/h oat 1 anrl Flo m 
V_d 1 d 1 1 1 U b V V 1 1 trd 1 1 d 1 1 U ClfcMII 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IV 1 Q 1 


w d LLl l 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Calamus-Wheatland 


Calamus-Wheatland Sec 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
- vvatcn 


MET 


CAM 


CAM HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


C A l\ A 

LAIVI 


LAIVI Mb 


Mb 1 


Mb 1 


C 1 M A 1 


ueiay-i 


Mb 1 


CAM 


CAM North ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


CAM 


CAM South ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


LAIVI 


Iowa Connections Academy 
pc 


l\ A L"T 

Mb 1 


l\ A L"T 

Mb 1 


Mb I 


Mb 1 


M A 

IMA 


CAM 


lr»\A/a C c\n norfinnc Afarlom\; 

lUWd l~LH 1 i 1 crLLILH Ij MLdUCI 1 1 y 

HS 


1 VI L 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

I VI L. I 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


NA 


CAM 


Iowa Connections Academy 
MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


NA 


Camanche 


Camanche ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Camanche 


Camanche HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


Watch 


Camanche 


Camanche MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Cardinal 


Cardinal ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Cardinal 


Cardinal Middle-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Carlisle 


Carlisle ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Carlisle 


Carlisle HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Carlisle 


Carlisle MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


Carlisle 


Hartford Upper Elementar 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


Carroll 


Adams FS 

r\uai i ij l_ ~j 


MET 


MET 


Watch 

V V CI LL. I I 


Watch 


MET 


Carroll 


Carroll HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Carroll 


Carroll MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Carroll 


Fairview ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Cedar Falls 


Cedar Falls Alternative 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Cedar Falls 


Cedar Falls HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Cedar Falls 


Cedar Heights ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 


MET 



-Watch 



State Report Card 2013 



75 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Cedar Falls 


Helen A Hansen ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
vvatcn 


Delay-1 


MET 


C oHar Fa I Ic 
v^trudl rdllb 


nun 1 1 cj Jnj 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


CIMA.C 


utrldy D 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


LcUdl rdllb 


LI 1 ILUI 1 1 Cj 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rxtrl 1 IU VtrU 

Watch 


r\t:l 1 IU VtrU 

-Watch 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


C oHar Fa I Ic 
v_cUdl rdllo 


INUI 11 1 LcUdl Lj 


MFT 

1 V 1 C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


CIMA.I 
J II M M A. 


CIMA.I 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


C oHar Fa I Ic 
l~c:Lldl rdllb 


Orchard Hill F^ 
ui Li idi u niii co 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


R o m n\/orl- 
r\t:l I l(J VtrU 

Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


^INA-I 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Cedar Falls 


Peet JHS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


MET 


Cedar Falls 


Southdale ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Arthur ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Cleveland ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Coolidge ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Erskine ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Franklin MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-8 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Garfield ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


George Washington HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


Delay-7 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Grant Wood ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Harding MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Harrison ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-5 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Hiawatha ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Jackson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


John F Kennedy HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-5 


MET 


C Drlai* RaniHc 

LcUal r\d|JIUD 


lnhr>cr»r> FC 

JUI 1 1 IbUI 1 LJ 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


L/trldy D 


L/tridy u 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


LtUdl r\d)JlUb 


\( cnwinnri FC 

IXcMWUUU LJ 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Romn\/oH- 
r\t:l 1 IU VtrU 

Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Cedar Rapids 


Madison ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


McKinley MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-9 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Metro HS 


SINA-9 


SINA-9 


Delay-5 


Removed 
-SINA 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Nixon ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Pierce ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Roosevelt MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-8 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Taft MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-5 


SINA-6 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Taylor ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Thomas Jefferson HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-7 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Truman ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Van Buren ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Viola Gibson ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Wilson ES (Renamed Grant 
ES) 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Wilson MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


Cedar Rapids 


Wright ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Center Point-Urbana 


Center Point-Urbana HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Center Point-Urbana 


Center Point-Urbana Int 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 



76 



State Report Card 2013 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


f~ onfor Pninf-I Irhana 
v^trllltrl run IL UlUdlld 


C ontor Priinf-I Irharia l\/l^ 
v^tr 1 1 Ltr 1 run II UlUdlld 1 V 1 o 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


J 1 1 MM O 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


C onhor Prtint-I Irharia 


C ontor Pnint-I Irhana 
v — ^tr 1 1 Ltr 1 ruilll uiudlld 

Primary 

r I ll I I ci I y 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 
1 V 1 r_ 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Centerville 


Centerville Community 
Preschool Bldg 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Centerville 


Centerville HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Watch 


MET 


Centerville 


Central Ward ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Centerville 


Garfield ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Centerville 


Howar JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Centerville 


Lakeview 4-5-6 ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Delay-4 


MET 


Centerville 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Central City 


Central City ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Central City 


Central City HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central City 


Central City Junior High 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central Clinton 


Central HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central Clinton 


Central Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Central Clinton 


Central MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Central Clinton 


Ekstrand ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central 


Central Community Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Central 


Elkader ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


Central Decatur 


Central Decatur MS/Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-6 


MET 


Central Decatur 


North ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Delay-2 


MET 


Central Decatur 


South ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central Lee 


Central Lee ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Central Lee 


Central Lee HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central Lee 


Central Lee MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


v_t:l 1 Ll d 1 LyUl 1 


i~ ontr^l 1 won FQ 
l~trlllldl Lyuil CO 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IV 1 d 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


v_ tr 1 1 Li a 1 LyUl 1 


Tpntral 1 unn M^ 
l~c:illldl LyUl 1 IVIO 


MFT 
i vi r_ i 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


C orrlral 1 \/r»r> 
i_tri I Ll d I LyUl I 


C ontral 1 wrtn ^oninr 
l~c:lllldl Lyuil jcl IIUI no 


MFT 
i vi r_ i 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


V— tr 1 1 Ll d 1 o(JI 1 1 lgr> 


C onfral ^rtrincjc Flom l\/lani\/ 
v_trllLlal oullllgb Lltrlll. IVIdllly 

Camrtns 

V^u 1 1 IUUj 


MFT 
i vi r_ i 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Cpntral Sorines 

V~-V— 1 III Ul VJ 1 1 1 1 ^ J 


Central Springs Elem.- Nora 
Springs 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central Springs 


Central Springs HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Central Springs 


Central Springs MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Chariton 


Chariton HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Chariton 


Chariton MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Delay-3 


MET 


Chariton 


Columbus ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Chariton 


Van Allen ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-2 


MET 


Charles City 


Carrie Lane HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Charles City 


Charles City HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Charles City 


Charles City Middle Sch. 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


Delay-4 


MET 


Charles City 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Charles City 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Charter Oak-Ute 


Charter Oak-Ute ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Charter Oak-Ute 


Charter Oak-Ute HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



77 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Charter Oak-Ute 


Charter Oak-Ute JHS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Cherokee 


Cherokee MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Cherokee 


Little Sioux Success Center 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


fhornl/oo 
v_ 1 1 trl Ulxtrtr 


R nncowolt F^ 
rxuujtrvtri L lj 


MFT 

I VI C I 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Cherokee 


Washington HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Clarinda 


Clarinda HS 


FT 
IVI t I 


FT 
IVI t 1 


Removed- 

\A/-itr h 
VVdLLrl 


IVI 1 1 


ft/I FT 

IVI 1 1 


fla rinrla 
\_ld 1 1 i lUd 


rlarinrla IV/K 

v_l d I II IU d 1 VI O 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


L/trldy £_ 


CIMA.a 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


fla rinrla 
v_ld 1 1 1 lUd 


ftarfiplrl F^i 

vjd 1 1 1 tr IU Lj 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


Watrh 

V v d LLI 1 


Romrn/oH 
r\trl 1 IU VtrU 

-Watrh 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


Clarion-Goldfield 


Clarion ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Clarion-Goldfield 


Clarion-Goldfield HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Clarion-Goldfield 


Clarion-Goldfield MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Clarke 


Clarke Community ES 


Watch 


Watch 


Delay-3 


Delay-3 


MET 


fla rL'O 
\_ld 1 Ixtr 


f^larL'P C rimmi ir>it\/ 
v_i d i i\tr \_wiiiiiiuiiiiy no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


OIIMM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


f"*la rko 
v_ld 1 l\tr 


rlarkp M<i 

Ks\ d I !\tr IV I o 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


CIM A_1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


fNa rL'ev/i 1 lo 
v_ld 1 l\b VI 1 1 tr 


v_ldl roVllltr CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


R o m n\/oH- 
r\trl I IU VtrU 

Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


RorflfiHoH 
rxtrl 1 luvtru 

-Watrh 

VV u LV-I 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Clarksville 


Clarksville HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Clay Central-Everly 


Clay Central-Everly ES at 
Royal 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Clay Central-Everly 


Clay Central-Everly Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Clayton Ridge 


Clayton Ridge ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


MET 


Clayton Ridge 


Clayton Ridge HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Clayton Ridge 


Clayton Ridge MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Clayton Ridge 


Iowa Virtual Academy 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


NA 


Clear Creek Amana 


Amana ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Clear Creek Amana 


Clear Creek Amana HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Clear Creek Amana 


Clear Creek Amana MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-3 


MET 


Clear Creek Amana 


Clear Creek ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Clear Creek Amana 


North Bend ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Clear Lake 


Clear Creek ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Delay-1 


MET 


Clear Lake 


Clear Lake HS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Clear Lake 


Clear Lake MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Delay-2 


MET 


Clearfield 


Clearfield ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Clinton 


Bluff ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-3 


MET 


Clinton 


Clinton HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-4 


Watch 


Clinton 


Eagle Heights ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


Delay-2 


MET 


Clinton 


Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-4 


MET 


Clinton 


Lyons MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Clinton 


Washington MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


Watch 


Clinton 


Whittier ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Colfax-Mingo 


Colfax-Mingo ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Colfax-Mingo 


Colfax-Mingo HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Colfax-Mingo 


Colfax-Mingo MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


MET 


College 


Prairie Creek 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 



78 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 

ividin 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


College 


Prairie Crest ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


College 


Prairie Edge 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


College 


Prairie Heights ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


College 


Prairie HS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-4 


SINA-8 


MET 


College 


Prairie Point 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


College 


Prairie Ridge ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


College 


Prairie View ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Collins-Maxwell 


Collins-Maxwell ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Collins-Maxwell 


Collins-Maxwell Middle/HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Colo-Nesco 


Colo-Nesco ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Colo-Nesco 


Colo-Nesco Jr-Sr High 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Colo-Nesco 


Colo-Nesco North Early 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Colo-Nesco 


Colo-Nesco South Early 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Columbus 


Columbus Community HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


Watch 


Columbus 


Columbus Community JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-5 


MET 


Columbus 


Roundy ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Coon Rapids-Bayard 


Coon Rapids-Bayard 4-12 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Coon Rapids-Bayard 


Coon Rapids-Bayard ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Corning 


Corning ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Corning 


Corning HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


C nrnino 

V_U 1 1 1 1 1 lg 


v_u i 1 1 1 1 ig j no 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


r\t:l I IU vtrU 

-Watrh 

WO LL. 1 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Co rwith- Wesley 


Corwith-Wesley HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Abraham Lincoln HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-9 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Bloomer ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Carter Lake ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


College View ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Crescent ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Edison ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Franklin ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Gerald W Kirn MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-6 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Lewis & Clark ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Longfellow ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-1 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


Roosevelt ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Council Bluffs 


RueES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-2 


MET 


C" r\ \ i ni* ! 1 R 1 1 if f c 
LUU 1 ILI 1 D 1 U 1 lb 


Tk> t~\ m 3 c 1 off o rcnn 1— 1 Q 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


cim A_7 

Jl l\IM / 


CIM A.Q 
Jl INM J 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Council Bluffs 


Walnut Grove ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


C r\ 1 1 i 1 Rl i if f c 
LUUI ILI 1 Dl U 1 1 b 


\A/ooHi*o\a/ \A/ilc/^n II— IQ 
VVUUUlUW VVIIbUll Jnj 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM AC 
Ol lin J 


CIMA.C 
Jlllln J 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Creston 


Creston Early Childhood 
Center 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Creston 


Creston ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Creston 


Creston HS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 
IVIdin 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
IVIdin 

Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


f~lth or 

utricr 
Indicator 


Creston 


Creston MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


C roctnn 

V_ 1 t jIUI 1 


Hicjh 1 al/Dc C ntrw AraHom\/ 
n Igl 1 Ld Ixtri V_l 1 11 y MLdU trl 1 1 y 

HS 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


R o m n\/orl- 
rxtrl I l(J vtrU 

Watrh 

VV O LL. 1 1 


Romnv/oH 
rxtrl 1 l(J vtrU 

-Watrh 

WO 1 


MFT 

1 VI H 1 


CWL 


LuVerne ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dallas Center-Grimes 


Dallas Center ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dallas Center-Grimes 


Dallas Center-Grimes HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dallas Center-Grimes 


Dallas Center-Grimes 
Meadows 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Dallas Center-Grimes 


Dallas Center-Grimes MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Delay-1 


MET 


Dallas Center-Grimes 


North Ridge ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Dallas Center-Grimes 


South Prairie ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Danville 


Danville ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Danville 


Danville Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Davenport 


Adams ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Davenport 


Blue Grass ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Davenport 


Buchanan ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


u*d V trl 1 |JUI I 


Riiffaln F<; 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


OIIMM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/d v trl 1 pui L 


v^tr 1 1 li a i no 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A_C 
OIIMM U 


1 1 MM O 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/dvtrlipur I 


F i co n hi r*\A/or FQ 
C Ibfcrl II IU Wfcrl CO 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


VV d LLI 1 


rxtrl 1 IL) VtrU 

-SINA 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Davenport 


Fillmore ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


Delay-4 


MET 


Davenport 


Frank L Smart Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


Removed 
-SINA 


Davenport 


Garfield ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


Davenport 


Harrison ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Davenport 


Harry S Truman 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Davenport 


Hayes ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Davenport 


J B Young ES (Lincoln Acad 
of Fine Arts) 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


Watch 


Davenport 


J B Young Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


Delay-2 


Davenport 


Jackson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-3 


MET 


Davenport 


Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Davenport 


Kimberley Center Alt 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Davenport 


Kimberly Center East 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-7 


MET 


Davenport 


Madison ES 


Watch 


Watch 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


Watch 


Davenport 


McKinley ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Davenport 


Monroe ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Davenport 


North HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-9 


SINA-9 


MET 


Davennort 


Ludlow IntprmpHiatp 

—J \A \A 1 \J VV II 1 L I— L II 11— V_4 1 CJ L 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-9 


MET 


Davenport 


Walcott ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


ud vci I M ' 


\A/alrntt 1 ntPrmpH i^ifp 

VVC3IL.ULL IIILCIIMCUIdLC 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Davenport 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


Delay-2 


MET 


Davenport 


West HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-8 


MET 


Davenport 


Williams Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-8 


Removed 
-Watch 



80 



State Report Card 2013 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 
IVIdtn 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 

ividtn 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


Davenport 


Wilson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Davenport 


Wood Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-9 


SINA-8 


MET 


Davis County 


Davis County Community 
HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Davis County 


Davis County ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Davis County 


Davis County MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


Davis County 


Flex Ed HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Decorah Community 


Carrie Lee ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Decorah Community 


Decorah HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Decorah Community 


Decorah MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-2 


MET 


Decorah Community 


John Cline ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Delwood 


Delwood ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Denison 


Broadway ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


L/C 1 1 low 1 1 


r^onicrin Al'horn^i'Kwo MC 
L/cl 1 1 ow I 1 Ml ic I I I d 1 1 Vc no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


OIINM H 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/cl 1 IdWi 1 


L/cl 1 1 owl I Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


r\t:i i luvtru 

SINA 


OIIMM ± 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Denison 


Denison HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-6 


MET 


L/C 1 1 loW 1 1 


U C 1 1 1 oW 1 1 1 VIj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


cima c, 


CIM A.Q 
JIIMM O 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/tri I v ci 


FC 1 ir>mlr> C1too1" 
J J Lj Ul 1 LWI 1 1 ju cci 

Ri lilHinp 

UUIIUM 1 g 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

I VI L. I 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Denver 


Denver MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Denver 


Denver Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Des Moines 


Brody MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


Removed 
-SINA 


Des Moines 


Brubaker ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


Des Moines 


Callanan MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-7 


MET 


Des Moines 


Capitol View ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Des Moines 


Carver ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


L/co IVIWIIIco 


\_dllcll CJ 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Ol IMM t 


OIIMM t 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Hoc IV/loinoc 
L/co IVI Ul 1 Ico 


C ri\A/loc FC 
C W VV 1 tr o Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/co Iviwillco 


VJ W VV 1 IIUWI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/co IVI Ul l Ico 


Fact MC 
LdoL nj 


VV d LLI 1 


VV d LLI 1 


CIM A_Q 


cim A_Q 

Ol l\IM O 


r\t:l 1 IU VfcrU 

-Watrh 


Des Moines 


Edmunds Fine Arts 
Academy 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Des Moines 


Findley ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-4 


Delay-4 


MET 


Des Moines 


Garton ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


L-*tr o 1 VI Ul 1 It: i 


vJdltrWdy ocLWIIUdly 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIMA.I 
JIINM ± 


CIMA.I 
JllNM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/O IVIUIIItZTD 


VJWWUlCll Ivlo 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


CIM A_7 
JIINM / 


CIMA-fi 

JIINM D 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


LJtr o 1 VI Ul 1 It: j 


C^i roor>\A/ririH FC 
vj I trtrl I W UUU Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/cldy £. 


L/cldy H- 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/trb IVIUIMtrb 


1— 1 a r> 31A#3 It" FC 

ndlldwdlL Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


VV d LLI 1 


r\ci i il) vcu 

-Watch 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Des Moines 


Harding MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


Removed 
-Watch 


Des Moines 


Hiatt MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-8 


Watch 


Des Moines 


Hillis ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-1 


MET 


Des Moines 


Hoover HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


MET 


Des Moines 


Howe ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Des Moines 


Hoyt MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-8 


SINA-1 


Des Moines 


Hubbell ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


Delay-3 


MET 


Des Moines 


Jackson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-6 


MET 


Des Moines 


Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Des Moines 


King ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-3 


MET 


Des Moines 


Lincoln HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-8 


MET 


Des Moines 


Lovejoy ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-5 


MET 


Des Moines 


Madison ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-5 


MET 


Des Moines 


McCombs MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-10 


SINA-5 


Watch 


Des Moines 


McKinley ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Des Moines 


Meredith MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-10 


SINA-10 


MET 


Des Moines 


Merrill MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-10 


MET 


Des Moines 


Monroe ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-6 


MET 


Hoc IV/loinoc 
L/tr j iVIUIIItro 


IVI Ul I 1 j> CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Ol INM H- 


CIM A_c 

JIINM J 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/trb IVIUIIIfcrb 


IVI UU 1 LUI 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM AC 
-Jl INM O 


CIM AC 
JIINM □ 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/trb IVI Ul l Itr b 


North 

1 M Ul LI 1 nj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM AC 
Jl INM D 


CIM A/I 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Des Moines 


Oak Park 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Removed 
- vv dicn 


MET 




t_HLIIdlu rldLtr 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/trldy Z. 


L/trldy &. 


r\t:l I IU VtrU 

-Watrh 


Des Moines 


Park Ave ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


Des Moines 


Perkins ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-4 


MET 


Des Moines 


Phillips ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Des Moines 


Pleasant Hill ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Des Moines 


River Woods ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Des Moines 


Roosevelt HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-7 


MET 


Des Moines 


Ruby Van Meter 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Des Moines 


Samuelson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Des Moines 


Scavo Alternative HS 


Delay-8 


Delay-8 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


Delay-3 


Des Moines 


Smouse Opportunity 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


Watch 


Des Moines 


South Union ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-7 


MET 


Des Moines 


Stowe ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Delay-4 


MET 


Des Moines 


Studebaker ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-2 


MET 


Des Moines 


Walnut Street Pomerantz 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Des Moines 


Weeks MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Des Moines 


Willard ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Des Moines 


Windsor ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


Des Moines 


Wright ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Diagonal 


Diagonal ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Diagonal 


Diagonal Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Dike-New Hartford 


Dike ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dike-New Hartford 


Dike-New Hartford HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dike-New Hartford 


Dike-New Hartford JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Dike-New Hartford 


New Hartford ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dows 


Dows ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dubuque 


Audubon ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 



82 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Dubuque 


Bryant ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Dubuque 


Carver ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Dubuque 


Dubuque Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-8 


Watch 


Dubuque 


Eisenhower ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Dubuque 


Eleanor Roosevelt MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Dubuque 


Fulton ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Dubuque 


George Washington MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Dubuque 


Hempstead HS 


Watch 


Watch 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Dubuque 


Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Dubuque 


Irving ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Dubuque 


John Kennedy ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Dubuque 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Dubuque 


Marshall ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-4 


MET 


Dubuque 


Prescott ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


MET 


Dubuque 


Sageville ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Dubuque 


Table Mound ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


Dubuque 


Thomas Jefferson MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Dunkerton 


Dunkerton ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Watch 


MET 


Dunkerton 


Dunkerton HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-2 


MET 


Durant 


Durant ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Durant 


Durant HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Durant 


Durant MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Eagle Grove 


Eagle Grove ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


Eagle Grove 


Eagle Grove HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Watch 


MET 


Cdgltr vJ 1 Uvtr 


Rnhprt Rli ip 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Jl INM t 


ci|\l A_a 

JIIMM J 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


Earlham 


Earlham ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Removed 
- vv dicn 


MET 


Earlham 


Earlham MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Earlham 


Earlham Senior HS 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


Mb 1 


East Buchanan 


East Buchanan ES 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


Removed 
- vvdicn 


Mb 1 


East Buchanan 


East Buchanan HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 

- VvaLLil 


MET 


East Buchanan 


East Buchanan Middle MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 

- Water! 


MET 


East Central 


Miles ES Center 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


East Central 


Sabula ES Center 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


IX A CT 

Mb 1 


watcn 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


East Greene 


Greene County 

lllLtrrriltrUldttr 


ft /I FT 

IVI 1 1 


ft A FT 

Mb 1 


vvatcn 


vvatcn 


M A 

IN A 


tail VJ [ trtrl Itr 


Rinnox/ F^ 
rxipptry 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


rxtrl 1 lu vtru 

SINA 




MFT 

1 VI C 1 


East Marshall 


East Marshall ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


East Marshall 


East Marshall MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-3 


MET 


East Marshall 


East Marshall Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


East Mills 


Chantry ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


East Mills 


East Mills HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


East Mills 


East Mills MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Fact Mi lie 

LcijL 1 VI 1Mb 


Nkhna \/allp\/ F"? 

IMIbillld Vdlltry CO 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Fact Qar 


LdbL JdL LUU ILy CO JdL 

Rnilrlinp 

U LI 1 1 U 1 1 IK 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


East Sac 


East Sac County ES Wall 
Lake 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


East Sac 


East Sac County HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


East Sac 


East Sac County MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


East Union 


East Union ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Fast Union 


East Union Middle-HS 

l_UJ L \J 1 1 1 V_/ II 1 V 1 1 \A \A 1 \Z I I *J 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Factorn AllamaL'OO 
CdjlfcMII Ml Idl 1 Id Isfcrt: 


Kpp UIC 
IXtrtr no 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Factorn Allamalcoe 
LdbLtrl II Ml 1 d 1 1 1 d ]\ tr tr 


Ld 1 \j\ 1 Ig 1 VIO 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Eastern Allamakee 


i\iew AIDin bb 


ft A CT 

IVIb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


watcn 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


Eddyville-Blakesburg- 


Blakesburg ES 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT" 

Mb 1 


watcn 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


Fremont 














Eddyville-Blakesburg- 


C AA\i\ i!l I/-. CC 

baayvine bb 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


watcn 


Removed 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


rremont 










- vv aicn 




Eddyville-Blakesburg- 


Eddyville-Blakesburg Jr Sr 


IVIb 1 


IWI CT 

IVI 1 1 


ueiay-i 


oMNA-Z 


IWICT 

IVIb 1 


rremont 


UIC 












CUUy VI 1 ltr-DldKtrSlJU^g- 


rrtrrTiorR to 


mft 

IVI b 1 


MFT 

ivi b I 


MFT 
IVI c 1 


MFT 
IVIC 1 


MA 


rrtrrTioriL 














Frlcro\A/r»rirl nlochi ircr 

LUgcWLIUU v_UI tr iU U 1 g 


Frlcjo\A/r»r»H-(" rilochi irej FC 

LUgCVVUUU LUICjUUI g CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


■jIINM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


FHcjfi\A/r»riH-f^ rilochi ircr 

LUgcVVUUU LUlCiUUI g 


F c\oc^\\/nnc\-C rilochi irej l-IC 

LUgcWUUU LUIcjUUI g no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A A 
Dl 1 \r\ H- 


L/tridy D 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Eldora-New 


Eldora-New Providence ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 


Removed 


MET 


rroviutrriLt: 








\A/atr h 
VVd LLll 


\A/atrh 
- VvaLLn 




Fl rlrn*a-M o\a/ 

LIUUI d IM C W 


F IHnra-M o\a/ Prriv/irlonro MC 
LIUUI d INtrW r I U v IU trl ILtr no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 
IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVIC 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Prnvirlpnrp 














Elk Horn-Kimballton 


Elk Horn-Kimballton ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Fll^ l-l rirr>-l^im ha II trir> 

L 1 1\ n U 1 1 1 l\ 1 1 1 1 Ud 1 1 LU 1 1 


Flk Hnrn-Kimhalltnn l-K 
lii\ nui 1 1 i\i 1 1 1 ua 1 1 llm i no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


MFT 

IVIC 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Fmmorchi i ro 
CI 1 1 1 1 1 tr LdUU I g 


F m motchi i to FC 

C 1 1 1 1 1 1 cLdUU I g CD 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Romnv/oH- 
r\tri I iu vtru 

Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Emmetsburg 


Emmetsburg HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Fmmptchurp 

1_ 1 1 II 1 ICLjUUI C 


Fmmptchurp M^i 

l_lllllldL3kJLIIg 1 V 1 > 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Fncrlich \/allo\/c 
Cllglloll Vdlltryb 


Fncjlich \/allo\/c FC 
Cllglloll Vdlltryb CD 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIMA.I 


Romcn/oH 
r\tri i iu vtru 

-Watrh 

W d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Fncrlich \/allo\/c 
Liigiibii Vdiitryb 


Fnalkh \/allp\/c: Ir-'sr l-K 

Cllgllbll VdlltrybJI Ol no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


npla\/-1 
L/tridy ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Essex 


Essex ES 


M FT 
IVI b 1 


ft. /I FT 

ivi b I 


K/l FT 
IVI L 1 


ivib i 


MFT 
IVIb 1 


Essex 


Essex Junior-Senior HS 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

IVIb 1 


Mb 1 


i\ a c~r 
Mb I 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


Estherville Lincoln 


Demoney ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Central 














Estherville Lincoln 


Estherville Lincoln Central 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


CIM A 


C 1 M A ") 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


centra i 


UIC 












Lb L[ ltr[ V II 1 tr LIIILUIII 


F cth oi"\/i 1 1 o 1 lr»polr> C" orttral 
Cb LI 1 trl V 1 1 1 tr LIIILUIII v-trlllldl 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


cim a_c: 

Ol IMM J 


CIM A_C 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Central 


MS 












Estherville Lincoln 


Roosevelt ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Central 














Exira 


Exira/EHK MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Fairfield 


Fairfield HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Fairfield 


Fairfield MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


Fairfield 


Libertyville ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 



84 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 
IVIdLn 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 
IVIdLn 

Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


Fairfield 


Pence ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Fairfield 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Farragut 


Farragut ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


MET 


MET 


Farragut 


Nishnabotna HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Forest City 


Forest City Alt 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


ruitrzjl v^l Ly 


Friroct f~it\/ F^ 
ruitriL \*\ Ly 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


ruf cdL 1 Ly 


ruicsL * — i l y no 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rUlcbL V^l Ly 


ruiciL v^l Ly IVIO 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


OIINM ± 


CIMA.O 
JlINn O 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Enrf AnHoo 

rUi L L^LJUgtr 


Ri itlpr F<i 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


OIINM ± 


Romnv/oH 
r\trl 1 IU VtrU 

-Watrh 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Fort Dodge 


Cooper ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Fort Dodge 


Duncombe ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-5 


MET 


Fort Dodge 


Fair Oaks MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-8 


MET 


Fort Dodge 


Feelhaver ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Fort Dodge 


Fort Dodge HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-10 


SINA-10 


MET 


Fort Dodge 


Phillips MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-9 


SINA-9 


MET 


Fort Dodge 


Riverside ELC 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


NA 


Fort Madison 


Fort Madison Alt 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Fort Madison 


Fort Madison HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Fort Madison 


Fort Madison MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-1 


MET 


Fort Madison 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Fort Madison 


Richardson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


MET 


Fredericksburg 


Fredericksburg ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Fredericksburg 


Sumner Fredericksburg MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Fremont-Mills 


Fremont-Mills ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


MET 


Fremont-Mills 


Fremont-Mills MS/HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-4 


MET 


Galva-Holstein 


Galva-Holstein ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Galva-Holstein 


Galva-Holstein Upper ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Galva-Holstein 


Ridge View HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


f^arr>or-l-la\/fifilH 
vJdllltrl ndylltrlU 


VJd I 1 let CO 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


V V d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Clamor- MawfiolH 
vjallltrl ndylltrlU 


f^arnor- l-lawFifilH 
vJdllltrl ndylltrlU II -J 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


f^AA coo- 1 it+lo RrtfL' 
vjtrLU gtr LlLLlcr r\(JLl\ 


fiOnroo F^ 
vjtrLlI gtr CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


ft aa rrr O- 1 i1"Ho Rorl^ 
vjtrLU gtr LlLlltr r\ULl\ 


VJtrLUgtr LILLItr rxULft. IVlJ 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIMA.I 


r\trl 1 IU VtrU 

-Watrh 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


George-Little Rock 


George-Little Rock Senior 
HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


George-Little Rock 


Little Rock ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Gilbert 


Gilbert HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Gilbert 


Gilbert ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Gilbert 


Gilbert MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Gilmore City-Bradgate 


Gilmore City ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Gilmore City-Bradgate 


Gilmore City-Bradgate MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Gladbrook-Reinbeck 


Gladbrook ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Gladbrook-Reinbeck 


Gladbrook-Reinbeck HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Gladbrook-Reinbeck 


Gladbrook-Reinbeck MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-4 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



85 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 
IVIdin 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
IVIdtn 

Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


f~lth or 

utner 
Indicator 


fnlaHhrriCik'-Rfiirihcirl^ 
\3 Id U U 1 UUI\ r\ tr 1 1 I UtrL.l\ 


Roinhorl^ F^ 
r\trl1lutrd\ L.3 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


CIM A_1 


r\t:l 1 ID VtrU 

-Watrh 

WO L\_ 1 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


Glenwood 


Glenwood MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-3 


MET 


Glenwood 


Glenwood Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


MET 


Glenwood 


Northeast ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


VJ Id IWUUU 


\Macf FS, 
VV CDl Lj 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 




r\t:l 1 IU VtrU 

-Watrh 

V V CI LL.I 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Glidden-Ralston 


Glidden-Ralston ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Glidden-Ralston 


Glidden-Ralston Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


GMG 


GMG ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


GMG 


GMG Secondary 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Graettinger 


Graettinger/Terril HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Graettinger 


Terril/Graettinger ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Graettinger 


Terril/Graettinger MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Grinnell-Newburg 


Bailey Park ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Grinnell-Newburg 


Davis ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


MET 


Grinnell-Newburg 


Fairview ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Grinnell-Newburg 


Grinnell Community MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Delay-2 


MET 


Grinnell-Newburg 


Grinnell Community HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Griswold 


Elliott ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Griswold 


Griswold Middle/HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Griswold 


Lewis ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Grundy Center 


Grundy Center ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Grundy Center 


Grundy Center HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Grundy Center 


Grundy Center MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Guthrie Center 


Guthrie Center ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watrh 

V V CI LL.I 1 


MET 


Guthrie Center 


Guthrie Center HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Guthrie Center 


Guthrie Center JHS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Hamburg 


Mamie Simons ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Hamburg 


Nishnabotna MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


(1 d 1 II \J LUI 1 L*U 1 1 1UI 1 L 


ndiiifjLuii Lsuiiiuiii no 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


-Jl INM ± 


rxfcrl 1 IU VtrU 

-SINA 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Hampton-Dumont 


Hampton-Dumont MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-7 


MET 


Hampton-Dumont 


South Side ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


Harlan 


Harlan Comm. Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Harlan 


Harlan Comm. Primary 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


Harlan 


Harlan Community HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Harlan 


Harlan Community MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Harmony 


Harmony ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Harmony 


Harmony Jr. Sr. High 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-2 


MET 


Harris-Lake Park 


Harris-Lake Park ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Harris-Lake Park 


Harris-Lake Park HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Hartley-Melvin- 


Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sanborn 















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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 

Pprtirinatinn 

rdl 1 1 1 IJ O L. 1 KJ II 


Reading 

Partirinatinn 

r O 1 I 1 l_ 1 [J CI L 1 U 1 1 


Math 

Prnf iripnrv 
r I ui I ^ — 1 1 1 1 1_ y 


Reading 

Prnfiripnrv 


Other 

I nrlirptor 

I I I U I La LU I 


Hartley-Mel vin- 


Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn HS 


l\ A CT 

IVIh 1 


ft A C~T 

Mb 1 


ft A C~T 

IVI b 1 


ft A C~T 

Mb 1 


l\ A CT 

Mb I 


oanuorn 














l-l a rtl M o I \/i n - 
ndl lltry I V I tr I V J I I 


1-1 a rtl o\/-l\/l ol\/ir>-^a r> htrtm 
rial Lltry ivitrivn i jdiiuui 11 ivio 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIMA-9 

OIIMM Z. 


MFT 

I VI L I 


-J CI I I VJ Wl II 














Highland 


Ainsworth ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Highland 


Highland HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Highland 


Highland MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-1 


MET 


Highland 


Riverside ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


MET 


Hinton 


Hinton ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Hinton 


Hinton HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Hinton 


Hinton MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


H-L-V 


H-L-V ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


H-L-V 


H-L-V Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Howard-Winneshiek 


Cresco JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-4 


MET 


Howard-Winneshiek 


Crestwood ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Howard-Winneshiek 


Crestwood HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Howard-Winneshiek 


Elma ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Howard-Winneshiek 


Lime Springs ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Hubbard-Radcliffe 


Hubbard-Radcliffe ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Hubbard-Radcliffe 


South Hardin MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Hudson 


Hudson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Hudson 


Hudson HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Hudson 


Hudson MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Humboldt 


Clyde D Mease ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Humboldt 


Humboldt HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Humboldt 


Humboldt MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Humboldt 


Taft ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


IKM 


IKM-Manning HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


IKM 

IIMVI 


1 ^IWl-Mannino MQ 

IIMVI IVIdllillilg IVIO 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


vv d ILI 1 


^INA-1 


MFT 

IVI C I 


IKM 


Irwin ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


IKM 


Manning ES 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


Removed- 
vvatcn 


l\ A CT 

Mb I 


Mb I 


InHononHonro 
II IU tr Utr I IU trl ILtr 


Fast f<; 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

I VI L I 


MFT 

I VI L I 


InHononHonro 
II lUcptrl IU trl IL.tr 


i ■ lucuci iu tr i ilc j i oi n j 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


r\trl I IU VtrU 

Watch 


J I IN M ± 


MFT 

I VI L I 


1 1 lUtr Utr 1 lUtrl ILtr 


\A/pct F<; 


M FT 

IVI C 1 


M FT 

IVI C 1 


rxtrl 1 IU VtrU 
SINA 


L/trldy Z. 


MFT 

IVIC I 


Indianola 


Emerson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


MET 


Indianola 


Indianola HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


1 [ IU 1 d[ IUI d 


IriHIanr^la l\/l^ 
IMUIdllUld IVIo 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A/1 
-_>l llln 4 


cifti ad 

J 1 1 MM J 


MFT 

IVI C I 


Indianola 


Irving ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Indianola 


WhittierES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Indianola 


Wilder ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


Watch 


MET 


Interstate 35 


Interstate 35 ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Interstate 35 


Interstate 35 HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Interstate 35 


Interstate 35 MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Iowa City 


Bohumil Shimek ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Iowa City 


Buford Garner ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Iowa City 


Central ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


lows City 


Elizabeth Tate Alt. HS 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-7 


SINA-7 


Removed 
-Watch 


Iowa City 


Ernest Horn ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Iowa City 


Grant Wood ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Iowa City 


Helen Lemme ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Iowa City 


Herbert Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


Iowa City 


Hills ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Iowa City 


Horace Mann ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Iowa City 


Iowa City HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


Delay-4 


MET 


Iowa City 


James Van Allen ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Delay-2 


MET 


Iowa City 


Kirkwood ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Iowa City 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Iowa City 


Longfellow ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Iowa City 


Mark Twain ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-6 


MET 


Iowa City 


Norman Borlaug ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


NA 


Iowa City 


North Central JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Iowa City 


Northwest JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-9 


MET 


Iowa City 


Penn ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Iowa City 


Robert Lucas ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


Iowa City 


Southeast JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-9 


SINA-10 


MET 


Iowa City 


Weber ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Iowa City 


West Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-7 


MET 


Iowa City 


Wickham ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Iowa Falls 


Iowa Falls - Alden HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Iowa Falls 


Pineview ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Iowa Falls 


Riverbend MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Iowa Falls 


Rock Run ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Iowa Valley 


Iowa Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Iowa Valley 


Iowa Valley Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Janesville 


Janesville ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Janesville 


Janesville Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Jefferson-Scran ton 


Greene County HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Jefferson-Scran ton 


Greene County MS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


MET 


MET 


Jefferson-Scranton 


Jefferson-Scranton Elem 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Jesup 


Jesup ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Jesup 


Jesup HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Jesup 


Jesup MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-2 


MET 


Jesup 


Perry #1 ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Jesup 


Prairie Grove ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Jesup 


Triumph ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 



88 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 

ividin 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


Johnston 


Beaver Creek ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Johnston 


Henry A Wallace ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Johnston 


Horizon ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Johnston 


Johnston MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Johnston 


Johnston Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Johnston 


Lawson ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Johnston 


Summit MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Johnston 


Timber Ridge ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Keokuk 


George Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Keokuk 


Hawthorne ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Keokuk 


Keokuk HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-8 


Watch 


Keokuk 


Keokuk MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-9 


SINA-4 


MET 


Keota 


Keota ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Keota 


Keota HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Kingsley-Pierson 


Kingsley ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Kingsley-Pierson 


Kingsley-Pierson HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Kingsley-Pierson 


Pierson ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


MET 


MET 


Kingsley-Pierson 


Pierson MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Knoxville 


GOAL Alt 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Knoxville 


Knoxville HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


MET 


Knoxville 


Knoxville MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Knoxville 


Northstar ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-1 


MET 


Knoxville 


West ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Lake Mills 


Lake Mills ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


1 akp Milk 
Ldlxfcr IVIIIIb 


1 akp Milk IV/K 

Ldlxtr IVMMb IVIJ 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rxtri I \\J VtrU 

Watch 


r\trl I \\J VtrU 

-Watch 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Lake Mills 


Lake Mills Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Lamoni 


Lamoni ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Lamoni 


Lamoni HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Lamoni 


Lamoni MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Laurens-Marathon 


Laurens-Marathon ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Laurens-Marathon 


Laurens-Marathon HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Laurens- Marathon 


Laurens-Marathon MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Lawton-Bronson 


Bronson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Lawton-Bronson 


Lawton Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Le Mars 


Clark ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Le Mars 


Franklin ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Le Mars 


Individualized Learning 
Center 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Le Mars 


Kluckhohn ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Le Mars 


LeMarsHS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Le Mars 


Le Mars MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Watch 


MET 


Lenox 


Lenox ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



89 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 

iviatn 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


Lenox 


Lenox HS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 


Removed 


MET 










Watch 


-Watch 




Lewis Central 


E A Kreft Primary 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Lewis Central 


Lewis Central MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-7 


MET 


Lewis Central 


Lewis Central Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Watch 


MET 


Lewis Central 


Titan Hill Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Linn-Mar 


Bowman Woods ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


1 inn-l\/lar 

l_l 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 d 1 


Frhn Hill FS 

L LI 1 U Mill LJ 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


1 i n n-l\/l a r 

LI I 1 1 1 1 VI d I 


Fvrolcinr 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Jl IMM t 




MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 i n n-IV/l a r 

LI 1 1 1 1 1 VI a I 


InHian C rook F^ 
iiiuidii Li cci\ lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI H 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 i n n-l\/l a r 
LI 1 1 1 1 I VI d I 


1 inn C^i mwo F^ 

Llllll U 1 Uvc Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 i n n-l\/l a r 
LI 1 1 1 1 IVI d 1 


1 inn-l\/lar 
lii 1 1 l ivid i n j 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rxfcrl 1 IU VtrU 


r\trl 1 IU VtrU 


MFT 

IVI C 1 










SINA 


-SINA 




Linn-Mar 


Novak ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 


Watch 


MET 










Watch 






Linn-Mar 


Oak Ridge 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Linn-Mar 


Westfield ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Linn-Mar 


Wilkins ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


1 ichnn 

LloUUI 1 


1 ichnn F^ 

LloUUI 1 Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Lisbon 


1 Ichnn l-K 
Libuuii nj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 ichnn 

LloUUI 1 


LI bUUI 1 IVI O 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


vv d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 rtcjan-ft/l aonnl ia 
LLfgdl 1 1 VI dgl ILJI Id 


1 noa n-IV/laonnlia F^ 
LUgdll iVldgllUlld Lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


R pmnv/oH 
r\tri l luvtru 


MFT 

IVI C 1 












-Watrh 

VV U L\_ 1 1 




Logan -Magnolia 


Logan-Magnolia Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 


MET 


MET 










Watch 






Lone Tree 


Lone Tree ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Lone Tree 


Lone Tree Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-1 


MET 


Louisa-Muscatine 


Louisa-Muscatine ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


MET 


Louisa-Muscatine 


Louisa-Muscatine HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Watch 


MET 


Louisa-Muscatine 


Louisa-Muscatine JHS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


LuVerne 


LuVerne ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Lynnville-Sully 


Lynnville-Sully ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


1 \/n n\/i 1 Ip-^i i 1 1\/ 
Ly 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 c _) u 1 1 y 


1 \/n n\/i 1 Ip-^i 1 1 1\/ 

l y 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 c o u 1 1 y i u 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


1 wnm/illo-^iilk/ 
LyilMVlllt; JUliy 


1 \/n n\/i llo-Qi 1 1 1\/ IV/IQ 
Lyiiiiviiitr juiiy ivij 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


h/l arl rirl 

ividuriu 


MarlHrl FQ 
IVIdUllU Lj 


MFT 
IVI C 1 


MFT 

ivi b I 


\A/ntrh 
VVdtLn 


MFT 

ivib I 


MFT 

ivib I 


IV /I —\ A v i A 

iviaana 


{\.A->A*-\A LIC 

iviaaria rib 


ft a rr 
Mb 1 


ft a rr 
Mb 1 


ft a rr 
Mb 1 


ft. VICT 

Mb 1 


ft A CT 

Mb 1 


Madrid 


h A -> A v\ A 1 LI C 

Madrid JHb 


ft A CT" 

Mb 1 


ft a n~r 
Mb 1 


ft A CT" 

Mb 1 


Removed 


ft A CT" 

Mb 1 












-Watch 




Msnson Northwest 


Manson Northwest 


ft A C~T 

Mb 1 


ft A C~T 

Mb 1 


ft A C~T 

Mb 1 


watcn 


ft A C~T 

Mb 1 


Webster 


Webster ES 












Manson Northwest 


Manson Northwest 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Webster 


vveoster jh-ho 












Maple Valley Anthon- 


Anthon ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


NA 


Oto 














Maple Valley Anthon- 


Maple Valley-Anthon Oto 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Oto 


HS 












Maple Valley Anthon- 
Oto 


Mapleton ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


MET 


MET 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 

ividtn 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


rith or 

Indicator 


Maple Valley Anthon- 


MVAO Middle School 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


NA 


Oto 














Maquoketa 


Briggs ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Maquoketa 


Cardinal ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Maquoketa 


Maquoketa Community HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Maquoketa 


Maquoketa MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-7 


MET 


Maquoketa Valley 


Delhi ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Mannnkpta Vallpv 


Farlvillp 

LOI 1 V 1 1 1 C 1— 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


IV/lan i inU'fil'a Wallow 
IVIdL]Uwl\trLd V d 1 ltr y 


Irthnctrtn F^ 

JUI 1 1 1 o L U 1 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


h/l a n 1 1 o 1/ of - a \/a 1 low 
IVIdL]U<JI\trLd V d II try 


h/l am ml/ota V/allo\/ IV /I C 
1 VI d L| U <JI\tr Ld Vdlltry IVIO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Maquoketa Valley 


Maquoketa Valley Senior HS 


IVI 1 1 


IWl CT 

IVI 1 1 


IWl CT 

IVI 1 1 


IW1CT 

IVI 1 1 


IW1CT 

IVI 1 1 


Marcus-Meriden- 


Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 


Mb 1 


l\ A C~T 

Mb 1 


l\ A C~T 

Mb 1 


watcn 


l\ A C~T 

Mb 1 


Cleghorn 


tast to 












Marcus-Meriden- 


Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 


IVI 1 1 


IWl CT 

IVI 1 1 


IWl CT 

IVI 1 1 


\A/-i4-rh 

watcn 


IW1CT 

Mb 1 


C~* Ann Am 

L-icgiior 11 


Ir/^r l-K 
Ji/ oi nj 












IV/larri ic-IV/loriHor>- 
Ivldl LUj I VI tr I IU tr I I 


IV/I a r*n ic-IV/loHHon-f^l oohnrn 
lVldlL.Lo ivitrl lUtrl 1 \_itrgllwill 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


\*\ Cgl 1 \J \ 1 1 


Primarv 

r i 1 1 i i ci i y 












Marion Independent 


Emerson ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Marion Independent 


Francis Marion 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 




Intermediate 












Marion Independent 


Marion HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Marion Independent 


Starry ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Marion Independent 


Vernon MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


Delay-2 


MET 


Marshalltown 


Anson ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-4 


MET 


l\/larchalll"ri\A/n 
ividi j \ I d 1 1 lu vv 1 1 


R R Millpr M^ 
d r\ i v 1 1 1 1 tr i ivi j 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


IV/la rchal ltr»\A/r> 
1 Vld 1 bl Idl 1 LU vv 1 1 


Fichpr F^ 

r 1 ol 1 tr 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


CIM A_9 
OIIMM Z. 


utridy 3 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


IV/la rchal ItfMA/n 

IVIdl b 1 1 d II LU VV 1 1 


Fran H i n F^ 
r i d 1 1 i\i 1 1 1 co 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


CIM A-1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


h/larchalltr^A/n 
IV Id I bl 1 a II LU W 1 1 


1 C Hnalan F^ 

J L n Ugld 1 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


f\tr[ 1 IU VtrU 


L/tridy z. 


MFT 

IVI C 1 










Watrh 

VV u LL. 1 1 






Marshalltown 

ivial J l lalliw W I I 


1 pnihan IntprmpHiatp 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


IV/la rchal ltn\Ain 
IVIdl blldllLUWII 


IV/larchalltfMA/n 
ividi biidiiLuvv ii no 


MFT 

IVIdl 


r\tri 1 luvtru 


CIM A_Q 
JIINM O 


CIM A.Q 

OIIMM r/ 


R omri\/orl 
rxtri l lu vtru 








Watrh 

VV u L V_ 1 1 






-Watrh 

VVUlLI 1 


Marshalltown 


Roeprs ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


SINA-4 


MET 


Marshal Itnwn 

ivial j i laiiiw vv I I 


WnnHhnrv F^ 

vv uuuuui y i_ j 


MET 


MET 


Watrh 

VV CI LLI 1 


Delay-2 


MET 


IV/lartoncHalo-^t' IV/lar\/c 
IVIdl Ltr 1 1 5U d 1 tr JL IVIdl y i 


IV/lartoncHalo F^ 
IVIdl Ltr 1 IbUdltr CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


IV/la i-tfincHa lo-Qt IV/lar\/c 
IVIdl Ltr 1 1 d 1 tr JL IVIdl y :> 


IV/I a rtoncHa 1 o-^t" IV/lar\/c lr-^i* 
IVIdl LtrllbUdltr OL IVIdl y i> JI Ol 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

vv d LLI 1 


rxtri i luvtru 


MFT 

IVI C 1 




HS 








-Watrh 

V V CI LL.I 1 




Mason City 


Alt 


Watch 


Watch 


SINA-3 


SINA-5 


Watch 


Mason City 


Harding ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-4 


MET 


Mason City 


Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 


Delay-1 


MET 










Watch 






Mason City 


Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Mason City 


John Adams MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Mason City 


Lincoln Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


Watch 


Mason City 


Mason City HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-6 


MET 


Mason City 


Roosevelt ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-3 


MET 


Mediapolis 


Mediapolis ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Mediapolis 


Mediapolis HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
1 ndicator 


iviea lapons 


MC 
IVIo 


M CT 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


K/l CT 
IVI 1 1 


CI MA 1 
O I IN A-l 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ivieicner-uai ias 


ivieicner-uanas tiem 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


MCT 
IVI t I 


IVI t 1 


ft A r\ 1 f \r\ r\ i* l~\ — & 1 1 — k <~ 

ivieicner-uai ias 


ivieicner-uanas no 


IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


IVI t I 


IVI t 1 


ivieicner-uai ias 


Molrhor H-allac IPC 

ivieicner-uanas juj 


r\/i ct 

IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ftyi C 1 ft /l -i r (\ /l -"i <•"- 
IVIrL IVIdriVldC 


ivicuregor mtermeuiate 


IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


CI MA 1 
O I IN A-l 


IVI t 1 


ft A C 1 ft /] -i r ft /l -i /•"- 
IVIrL IVIdMVIdC 


ivirL ivianviac to 


IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI 1 1 


vvatcn 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


l\ /I C 1 ft /I -i i» ft /I -i i— 

IVIrL IVIdriVldC 


ivirL iviarmac Hj 


ftyi ct 
IVI 1 1 


ftyl CT 
IVI t 1 


watcn 


ftylCT 
IVI 1 1 


ftylCT 
IVI 1 1 


ft /I C 1 ft/l'-irft/l*!i^" 
IVIrL IVIdriVldC 


ivirL ivianviac ivio 


r\/l FT 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CI MA 1 

Ol IN a-± 


CI MA 1 
OlIN A-l 


^/lCT 

IVI t 1 


ft /I I 1 r\ r\ 


ft/IIHIcirtrl PQ 

iviiuianu to 


r\/l PT 
IVI 1 1 


CT 
IVI t 1 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A-± 


CI MA 1 
OlIN A-l 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


l\ A i /-1 1 "a n i~l 

iviiuidna 


^/lirllartrl ^/l irlrl Id /Ul ink 

iviiuianu iviiuuie/nign 


r\/l FT 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


CI MA 3 
OlIN A-o 


IVI t 1 


l\ /I i rJ D t"3 i t-i a 

iviiu-r raine 


Aiiernuve Learning L,ent 


r\/l PT 
IVI 1 1 


CT 
IVI t 1 


K/l CT 
IVI 1 1 


MCT 
IVI t I 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ft/1 i H Dnirio 

IVIIu-rTdlne 


i\aiona to 


r\/l FT 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


CI MA 1 
OlIN A-l 


^/lCT 

IVI t 1 


iviiq-k raine 


iviiu-rraine nj 


r\/l PT 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


K/l CT 
IVI 1 1 


MCT 
IVI t I 


IVI t 1 


ft A i /"J Dr-licirt 

IVIIQ-rTdlne 


ftyii/*^ Dr-'^ir-irt ft yi c 
iviiu-rraine ivio 


r\/l FT 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


CI MA R 
OlIN A-O 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ft /I i D v-i i ri r i 

iviia-r raine 


Washington Township ES 


ftyi ct 
IVI 1 1 


ftyl CT 
IVI t 1 


ftyi ct 
IVI 1 1 


ftylCT 
IVI t I 


ftylCT 
IVI 1 1 


l\ /I i /~l Dm\r\a 

IVIIQ-rTdlne 


\A/allm^n 

wen man to 


^/l ct 

IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t I 


vvatcn 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ft A i f f i ir^i \ / 1 1 /~w / 

iviissoun vaney 


iviissoun vaney to 


r\/i ct 

IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


ueiay-i 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


Missouri vaney 


IV/I trcm iri \/-!»lld\/ 1— IC 

iviissoun vaney no 


r\/i ct 

IVI 1 1 


CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


IVI t 1 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


iviissoun vaiiey 


ft yi ! (~ (~/^ i ■ r-i ft yi c 
iviissoun vaney ivio 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CI MA ^ 
Ol IN A _ o 


CI MA 1 
OlIN A-l 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ft/IOf Clr»\/H \/allci\/ 

iviuL,-rioya vaney 


nospers to 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t I 


r\/iCT 
IVI t I 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


MOC-Floyd Valley 


MOC-Floyd Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MOC-Floyd Valley 


MOC-Floyd Valley MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-2 


MET 


MOC-Floyd Valley 


Orange City ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Montezuma 


Montezuma ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


MET 


Montezuma 


Montezuma HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Montezuma 


Montezuma JHS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Monticello 


Carpenter ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-watcn 


MET 


ft yi k\ 4- 1 ^ 1 1 /*\ 

ivionticeno 


ivionticeno no 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


r\/iCT 
IVI 1 1 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ivioniiceiio 


ivionticeno ivio 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A - ± 


C1MA 3 
Ol IN A-o 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


ivionticeno 


jnannon to 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


IVI t 1 


IVI t 1 


IVIOrdVId 


ivioravia to 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A-l 


CI MA 1 
OlIN A-l 


IVI t 1 


ft yi s~\ \ /i 
IVIOrdVId 


ivioravia no 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


CI MA 1 
OlIN A-l 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


iviormon i rai i 


iviormon i ran to 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CI MA A 
Ol IN A - ^ 


CI MA A 
OlIN A _i l- 


IVI t 1 


iviormon i rai i 


iviormon i ran jr-or no 


r\/i ct 
IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


ueiay-i 


ueiay-i 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


Morning Sun 


Morning Sun ES 


ftyi ct 
IVI 1 1 


ftyl CT 
IVI t 1 


ftyi ct 
IVI 1 1 


ftylCT 
IVI 1 1 


ftylCT 

IVI 1 1 


Pv/l/-\i i ltr-in 1 li-l^ll 

iviouiton-uaei i 


ftylr\i i lf/~> r» CC 

iviounon to 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


r\/iCT 
IVI 1 1 


^/lCT 

IVI t 1 


ft /l /-m 1 1 +/-> r» 1 l/~|/-\|| 

iviouiton-uaei i 


iviouiion-uuen no 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


IVI t 1 


iviouni Ayr 


iviouni Ayr to 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


IVI t 1 


iviouni Ayr 


ft.yi/~»i inf A\/r UC 

iviouni Ayr no 


M CT 
IVI t 1 


CT 
IVI t 1 


K/l CT 
IVI t 1 


C 1 M A ^ 
OlIN A-o 


MCT 
IVI t 1 


Mount Pleasant 


Harlan ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Mount Pleasant 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Mount Pleasant 


Mount Pleasant HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


Mount Pleasant 


Mount Pleasant MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Mount Pleasant 


Salem ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Mount Pleasant 


Van Allen ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Mount Pleasant 


WisdomQuest Education 
Center 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 



92 



State Report Card 2013 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Mount Vernon 


Mount Vernon HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Mount Vernon 


Mount Vernon MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Mount Vernon 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Murray 


Murray ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Murray 


Murray Jr/Sr High 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Muscatine 


Central MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Muscatine 


Colorado ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Muscatine 


Franklin ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Muscatine 

IVIU JLU III IV— 


Grant ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Muscatine 


Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Muscatine 


Madison ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Muscatine 


McKinley ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Muscatine 


Mulberry ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Muscatine 


Muscatine HS 


Removed- 
Watrh 


Removed- 
Watrh 

V V CI L V_ 1 1 


SINA-7 


SINA-8 


Watch 


Muscatinp 

IVIU JLU III IV— 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Muscatine 


West MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-5 


Watch 


N as hua-Pla infield 


Nashua-Plainfield ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Nashua-Pla infield 


Nashua-Plainfield HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Nashua-Plainfield 


Nashua-Plainfield MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Nevada 


Central ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Nevada 


Nevada HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Nevada 


Nevada MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-5 


MET 


New Hampton 


Education Options 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


New Hampton 


New Hampton ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


New Hampton 


New Hampton HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


New Hampton 


New Hampton MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


New London 


Clark ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watrh 

V V CI L\_ 1 1 


MET 


New London 


New London Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


Newell-Fonda 


Newell-Fonda HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Newell-Fonda 


Newell-Fonda Lower ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Newell-Fonda 


Newell-Fonda Middle Sch. 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Newell-Fonda 


Newell-Fonda Upper ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watrh 


MET 


MET 


N ewto n 


Aurora Heights ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Delay-1 


MET 


Newton 


Basics and Beyond Alt 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


Delay-3 


MET 


I M t: Vv LU I 1 


Dtrl g lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A-1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


IN trW LU 1 1 


Del g IVIO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A_7 

Ol l\IM / 


CIM A.Q 
JIIMn o 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


IN trW LU 1 1 


INtrWLUII ofcMMUI rlj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A3 
Jl l\IM J 


IMrl 1 IU VfcrU 

-Watch 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Newton 


Thomas Jefferson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Newton 


Woodrow Wilson ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Nodaway Valley 


Nodaway Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Nodaway Valley 


Nodaway Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Nodaway Valley 


Nodaway Valley MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



93 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


North Butler 


Allison Elem. Building 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Butler 


Greene ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Butler 


North Butler HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Butler 


North Butler MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


North Cedar 


North Cedar HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Cedar 


North Cedar Lowden ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Cedar 


North Cedar Mechanicsville 
ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Cedar 


North Cedar MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-5 


MET 


North Fayette 


Hawkeye ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Fayette 


North Fayette HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Fayette 


North MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Fayette 


West Union ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Iowa 


North Iowa Elem Buffalo 
Center 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
SINA 


SINA-2 


MET 


North Iowa 


North Iowa HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Iowa 


North Iowa Middle Sch 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


North Kossuth 


North Kossuth ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


North Kossuth 


North Union MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


NA 


North Linn 


North Linn ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Linn 


North-Linn MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


North Linn 


North-Linn Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Mahaska 


North Mahaska ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


North Mahaska 


North Mahaska Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


North Polk 


North Polk Central ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


North Polk 


North Polk HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Polk 


North Polk MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Polk 


North Polk West ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


North Scott 


Alan Shepard ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Scott 


Edward White ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Scott 


John Glenn ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Scott 


Neil Armstrong ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


North Scott 


North Scott JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-1 


MET 


North Scott 


North Scott Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


North Scott 


Virgil Grissom ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


North Tama County 


North Tama ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


North Tama County 


North Tama HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


North Winneshiek 


North Winneshiek MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


North Winneshiek 


North Winneshiek ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Northeast 


Northeast ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Northeast 


Northeast Middle-HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Northeast Hamilton 


Northeast Hamilton ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Northeast Hamilton 


Northeast Hamilton HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Northeast Hamilton 


Northeast Hamilton MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Northwood-Kensett 


Northwood-Kensett ES 


Watch 


Watch 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Northwood-Kensett 


Northwood-Kensett Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 



94 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Norwalk 


Lakewood ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Delay-2 


MET 


Norwalk 


Norwalk MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-4 


MET 


Norwalk 


Norwalk Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Norwalk 


Oviatt ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Odebolt-Arthur 


OA-BCIG MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Odebolt-Arthur 


Odebolt-Arthur ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Oelwein 


Little Husky Learning Center 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Oelwein 


Oelwein HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


MET 


MET 


Oelwein 


Oelwein MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-4 


Watch 


Oelwein 


Parkside ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Oelwein 


Wings Park ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Ogden 


Ogden ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ogden 


Ogden HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ogden 


Ogden MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Okoboji 


Okoboji ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Okoboji 


Okoboji HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Okoboji 


Okoboji MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


Delay-1 


MET 


Olin 


Olin ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Orient-Macksburg 


Orient ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Orient-Macksburg 


Orient-Macksburg HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Osage 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Osage 


Osage HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Osage 


Osage MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Oskaloosa 


Oskaloosa ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Oskaloosa 


Oskaloosa HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Oskaloosa 


Oskaloosa MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-5 


MET 


Oskaloosa 


Oskaloosa Preschool 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Ottumwa 


Agassiz ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Delay-2 


MET 


Ottumwa 


Douma ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


SINA-4 


MET 


Ottumwa 


Eisenhower ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Ottumwa 


Evans MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


MET 


Ottumwa 


Horace Mann ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watrh 

V V CI LL.I 1 


MET 


Ottumwa 


James ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


Delay-2 


MET 


Ottumwa 


Ottumwa HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-9 


SINA-10 


Watch 


Ottumwa 


Pickwick ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Off i imu/a 

\J l LU 1 1 1 VVd 


\A/i IH\A/r*r»H F^ 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


cim A.a 

OIINM O 


CIM A_1 
OIINM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Off i imiwa 

W 1 LU 1 1 1 VVd 


Wiknn F^ 

vv 1 bUI 1 CO 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


rxtrl l lu vtru 

SINA 


OIINM O 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


Panorama 


Panorama ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Panorama 


Panorama HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Panorama 


Panorama MS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Paton-Churdan 


Paton-Churdan ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Paton-Churdan 


Paton-Churdan Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


PCM 


Monroe ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


PCM 


PCM HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


PCM 


PCM MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


PCM 


Prairie City ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pekin 


Pekin Community HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Pekin 


Pekin ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pekin 


Pekin MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Pella 


Jefferson ES (Intermediate) 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-3 


MET 


Pella 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pella 


Madison ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pella 


Pella HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pella 


Pella MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


MET 


Perry 


Perry ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-7 


Watch 


Perry 


Perry HS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-7 


SINA-8 


MET 


Perry 


Perry MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-7 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Bridgeview ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Cody ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Hopewell ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Pleasant Valley JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-6 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Pleasant Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Pleasant View ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pleasant Valley 


Riverdale Heights ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


Pleasantville 


Pleasantville ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Pleasantville 


Pleasantville HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Dloacarit\/illo 
r Itrdbd 1 1 IV I II fcr 


Ploacantwillo M^ 
r I cdad 1 1 Lv I M fcr ivij 


MPT 

1 VI C 1 


MPT 

IV 1 d 1 


v V d LLl 1 


w d LLl l 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rULdllUMLdb Ml fcr d 


r fcJLd 1 lull Ids Ml trd CO 


MPT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MPT 

IVI C 1 


M FT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVIC 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Pnfah nntac Aroa 
rULdMUIILdj nl fcr d 


Pnrahnntac Arpa t-l^ 
r ULdl IUI lido Ml cd no 


MPT 

1 VI L. 1 


MPT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


VV d LLl 1 


MFT 

IVI P 1 


r ULd 1 I LM I id i> Mi fcr d 


rULdl IUI lldi HI cd r \J\ 1 1 td 1 uy 

ES 


MPT 

1 VI P 1 


MPT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


NA 


Pocahontas Area 


Pocahontas Area Regional 
Learning Center 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Postville 


Cora B Darling ES/MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-2 


MET 


Postville 


John R Mott HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Prairie Valley 


Prairie Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Prairie Valley 


Prairie Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-2 


MET 


Prpscott 


Prescott ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Preston 


Preston ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Preston 


Preston HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Red Oak 


Inman Primary 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Red Oak 


Red Oak HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Red Oak 


Red Oak MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Red Oak 


Washington Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-2 


MET 


Remsen-Union 


Remsen-Union ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Remsen-Union 


Remsen-Union HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Remsen-Union 


Remsen-Union MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Riceville 


Riceville ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Riceville 


Riceville HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-4 


MET 


River Valley 


River Valley JrSr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


River Valley 


River Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 



96 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 

iviatn 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


ntheir 

uiner 
Indicator 


Riverside 


Riverside Community HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Riverside 


Riverside Community MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Riverside 


Riverside ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Rock Valley 


Rock Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Rock Valley 


Rock Valley Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Rockwell City-Lytton 


SCC MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Rockwell City-Lytton 


SCC Rockwell City ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Rnl a nn -Qtnrw 
rxuidiiu oluiv 


R ril a nH-^tnn/ FC 
rxuidiiu oLUiy co 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Rr»l a nrl-^trirw 
rxuidiiu jlui y 


RnlanH-^tnru l-K 
r\uidiiu jlui y no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Rril a r>H-^.trii*\/ 
r\uidiiu oluiv 


Rnlanrl-^triri/ 
rxuidiiu oLUiy ivio 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


R i irlrl-Rnr kfrn-rl-M a rhl o 
rVUUU nUtM UI U IVI d I Ul tr 

Rk 


Rnrkfnrrl Ir^rl-K 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


CIM A_1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Ri irlrl-Rnrlffnrrl-Marhlp 
r\uuu rxuLMUi u ividiuitr 

Rk 


RRIW1R 
r\ r\ivi r\ lj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


CIIVI A_1 
OIIMM ± 


Hpla\/-1 
U'trldy ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Ruthven-Ayrshire 


Ruthven-Ayrshire ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Ri ith\/on- A\/rch i ro 

r\U L 1 1 V tr 1 1 My 1 o 1 1 II tr 


R i ith\/or>- A\/rch i ro 
r\ULiivtrii MyljIilIC nj 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


L/trldy X 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Ca\/rlol 
jdyUci 


rnrnpll F^ 
L_U 1 I I tr 1 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIMA.T 
OIINM £. 


CIMA.I 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


^a\/Hol 
jayUCI 


odyutri no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


R o rn n\/oH- 
r\trl I IU VtrU 

Watrh 

WO L V* 1 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


Watrh 

VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Saydel 


Woodside MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-4 


MET 


^.r ha 1 lor-(" roctl a r>rl 
jLI Id 1 Itr I v_l Ci LI d 1 1 U 


^.r ha II or-f^ roctlanrl F^ 
OLildlltrl v_ltroLldllU CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


r\trl 1 IU VtrU 

-Watch 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


^.r ha 1 lor-(" roctl a r>H 
OLI 1 d 1 1 tr 1 v_l tr i> LI d 1 1 U 


RiHao \/io\A/ MC. 
r\lUgtr VltrW IVIO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 




CIMA-1 
OIIMM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Schleswig 


Schleswig ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Schleswig 


Schleswig MS 


FT 
IVI t 1 


FT 
IVI t 1 


vvatcn 


IVI b I 


IVI b 1 


Sentral 


rviortn union to central 
Campus 


FT 
IVI t 1 


iv/i ft 
IVI 1 1 


FT 

IVI 1 1 


IVI b I 


IVI b 1 


Sergeant Bluff-Luton 


Sergeant Bluff-Luton 
Primary 


l\ A L"T 

IVI b 1 


l\ A CT 

IVI b 1 


l\ A CT 

IVI b I 


l\ A CT 

IVI b I 


l\ A CT 

IVI b 1 


Sergeant Bluff-Luton 


Sergeant Bluff-Luton ES 


l\ A CT 

IVI b 1 


l\ A CT 

IVI b 1 


C I M A 1 

oll\IA-l 


Removed 
- vv a ten 


l\ A CT 

IVI b 1 


Jtrl KCd 1 1 L DIUII LULUII 


QoraDant Rhiff-I iitr»r» l\/IC 
OtrlgtrdllL DIUII LULUII IVIO 


M FT 

IVI C 1 


M FT 

IVI L 1 


CIMAI 
Ol IN M X 


CIM AO 
JlIMn J 


MFT 

IVIC 1 


^orcjoant Rliiff-I iitnn 

JCI gtrd 1 1 I DIUII LULLHI 


^.orcroarit Rh iff-l i itrin Coninr 
OtrlgtrdllL DIUII LULUII OtrlllUl 

HS 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

I VI C I 


MFT 

IVIC 1 


Seymour 


Seymour ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Seymour 


Seymour HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Sheldon 


East ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sheldon 


Sheldon HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


j 1 1 tr 1 U Ul 1 


■JllcrlUUM IVIO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIMA.I 
.31 IN M ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


C.hor>ar>H^ah 
oil trl 1 d 1 lUUdi 1 


^ h o ri a n H *~> a h FQ 
Ol Ifcrl Id l lUUd 1 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


CIM A_1 
Ol l\IM ± 


\A/atrh 
w d LLI l 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


^hpnanHoah 

1 CI 1 CI 1 IUUG! 1 


Shenandoah HS 

•Ji ici iqi iuuqi I I \*j 


Watrh 

V V CI H- 1 1 


Watrh 

V V CI L\- 1 1 


Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


Watrh 

V V CI 1 


MET 


Shenandoah 


Shenandoah MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Sibley-Ocheyedan 


Sibley Ocheyedan ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


Sibley-Ocheyedan 


Sibley-Ocheyedan HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sibley-Ocheyedan 


Sibley-Ocheyedan MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 





State Report Card 2013 



97 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Sidney 


Sidney ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sidney 


Sidney HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Sigourney 


Sigourney ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Sigourney 


Sigourney Jr-Sr High Sch 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Sioux Center 


Kinsey ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Sioux Center 


Sioux Center HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


C[/~ii|v C ontor 


JlUUA I— tr 1 1 Ltr l IVI J 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IV 1 d 1 


CIMA.1 
Jl l\IM ± 


C|M A_1 
Ol INM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


JlUUA V^cllLldl 


JlUUA 1 1 1( d 1 LJ 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


VV d LL[ 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


JlUUA V_t!MLldl 


^ir»i iv C onlral Micjh 
jiuua uci ill di nigii 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


VV d LLI 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


^irii iv C ontral 

JlUUA V-CllUdl 


^irti iv C ontral IV/I^ 
JlUUA v^trl III dl 1 VI J 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 




L'crldy z. 


rxtrl 1 lu vtru 

-Watrh 


Sioux City 


Bryant ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
SINA 


Delay-1 


MET 


Sioux City 


Clark ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sioux City 


Crescent Park ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Sioux City 


East HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-5 


MET 


Sioux Citv 


East MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-5 


MET 


Sioux City 


Emerson ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-2 


MET 


Sioux City 


Hunt ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-2 


MET 


Sioux City 


Irving ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
SINA 


SINA-3 


MET 


Sioux City 


Leeds ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Sioux City 


Liberty ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Sioux City 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Sioux City 


Nodland ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sioux City 


North HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


Watch 


Sioux City 


North MS 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


Watch 


Sioux City 


Riverside ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


MET 


Sioux City 


Roosevelt ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


Sioux City 


Spalding Park ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sioux City 


Sunnyside ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sioux City 


Unity ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Sioux City 


Washington ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Sioux City 


West HS 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-7 


SINA-9 


MET 


Sioux City 


West MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-9 


Removed 
-SINA 


Sioux City 


Whittier ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Solon 


Lakeview ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Solon 


Solon HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Solon 


Solon MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


South Hamilton 


South Hamilton Elem 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


South Hamilton 


South Hamilton MS/HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


South O'Brien 


South O'Brien ES Primghar 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


South O'Brien 


South O'Brien Secondary 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


South Page 


South Page ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


MET 


South Page 


South Page Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Delay-1 


MET 



98 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


South Tama County 


South Tama County ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-6 


SINA-5 


MET 


South Tama County 


South Tama County HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


Watch 


MET 


South Tama County 


South Tama County MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


South Winneshiek 


South Winneshiek ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


South Winneshiek 


South Winneshiek HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


South Winneshiek 


South Winneshiek MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Removed 


MET 












-Watch 




Southeast Polk 


Altoona ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Centennial ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Clay ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Delaware ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Four Mile ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Mitchellville ES 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Runnells ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Southeast Polk HS 


Watch 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-4 


MET 


Southeast Polk 


Southeast Polk JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-8 


MET 


Southeast Polk 

_l W U LI ICQ JL 1 W 1 l\ 


Snrinp Creek fith Ci Ct 

—1 1 1 1 1 C 1 — 1 C C l\ <-> L 1 1 V_l 1 — L 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-2 


MET 


ithoact" Pnll^ 
ouullltrdbl rullx 


\A/i II n\A/hroril^ F^ 

V V 1 II \J W U 1 LJ 


MFT 

1 V 1 L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


oOUtlltrdSt VVal 1 trll 


oUUulfcrdSl Vvdrrtrll 


MFT 
IVI L 1 


MFT 
IVI c 1 


FT 
IVI L 1 


\A/atrh 
VVdtLn 


Kyi FT 
IVIL 1 




lllLtrrriltrUldttr ^LdCOIId j 












oOUulfcrdSL Vvdl [trll 


oUUulfcrdSl Vvdirtrn Jrjl no 


MFT 
IVI L 1 


MFT 
IVI c 1 


MFT 
IVI L 1 


VVdtLn 


Kyi FT 
IVI t 1 


Southeast Warren 


Southeast Warren Primary 


M FT 

IVI 1 1 


M CT 
IVI 1 1 


M FT 

IVI 1 1 


Kyi FT 
IVI 1 1 


Kyi FT 
IVI 1 1 


Southeast Webster 


Dayton Center 


h A CT 

Mb 1 


h A CT 

Mb 1 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


h A CT 

Mb 1 


h A CT 

Mb 1 


Grand 














Southeast Webster 


Grand ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Grand 














Southeast Webster 


Southeast Webster JH 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


watcn 


Removed 


i\ yi ct 
Mb 1 


Grand 










Ulif^>k 

-watcn 




Southeast Webster 


Southeast Webster-Grand 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


l\ A CT 

Mb 1 


watcn 


i\ yi ct 
Mb 1 


i\ yi ct 
Mb 1 


Grand 


uc 
rib 












Southern Cal 


err uc 


M CT 

IVI 1 1 


M CT 

IVI 1 1 


IVI 1 1 


Removed 


MCT 

IVI 1 1 












QIM A 
OIINIM 




OUtri ILtM 


Pa i r\/io\A/ Park F^i 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


u*t:ldy z. 


NA 

IMM 




Inhncnn F^ 

JUI 1 i 1 OUI 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


R o m n\/oH- 
r\t:l I IU vtrU 


Rpmni/pH 
r\t:l 1 luvtru 


NA 

IMM 










Watrh 

V V CI LL. 1 1 


-Watrh 

V V CI 1 




Spencer 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


Removed 


NA 












-Watch 




Spencer 


Spencer HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Spencer 


Spencer MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


SINA-7 


MET 


Spirit Lake 


Spirit Lake ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Spirit Lake 


Spirit Lake HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Spirit Lake 


Spirit Lake MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


Springville 


Springville ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 


Removed 


MET 










Watch 


-Watch 




Springville 


Springville Secondary 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


St Ansgar 


St Ansgar ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


St Ansgar 


St Ansgar HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


St Ansgar 


St. Ansgar MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Stanton 


Stanton ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 

ividtn 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


Stanton 


Stanton HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Starmont 


Starmont ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Starmont 


Starmont HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Starmont 


Starmont MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Storm Lake 


East Early Childhood Center 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Storm Lake 


Storm Lake ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Storm Lake 


Storm Lake HS 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-6 


SINA-8 


MET 


Storm Lake 


Storm Lake MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-9 


MET 


Stratford 


Stratford ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Sumner 


Durant ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watrh 

V V CI L\_ 1 1 


Removed 
-Watrh 

VV u L\_ 1 1 


MET 


Sumner 


Sumner-Fredericksburg HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Tipton 


Tipton ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Tipton 


Tipton HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Tipton 


Tipton MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-2 


MET 


Titr» r> l^a 

1 1 LUI 1 l\d 


Titnnka F<s 

1 1 LUI ll\d CO 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


r\trl I IU VtrU 

-Watrh 

V V CI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Treynor 


Treynor ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


1 I try I IUi 


1 I try I IUi no 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


M FT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


I i try i IUI 


i i try i iui i vio 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


VV d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


NA 

IMM 


Tri-Center 


Tri-Center ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 

Vv dT.Cn 


Watch 


MET 


1 I 1 V_trl 1 Ltri 


1 I 1 V_trl 1 Ltri no 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


M FT 

IVI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Tri-Center 


Tri-Center MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
- vv dicn 


MET 


1 1 1 LUUI 1 Ly 


Tr'i-C r»iir>"t"\/ F^ 

1 1 1 LUUI I Ly CO 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


L/tridy ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 I I LUUI 1 Ly 


1 l 1 LUUI 1 Ly no 


MFT 

1 V 1 L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rxtrl 1 IU VtrU 

Watrh 

VV u LL. 1 1 


L/tr Idy ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Tri-County 


Tri-County JHS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Tri nn\ i 
l 1 1 uui I 


Trinnl i F^ 

1 1 l|JUI 1 L.O 


MFT 

1 VI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


R o m n\/oH- 
r\trl I IU VtrU 

Watrh 


CIM A_1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Tripoli 


Tripoli Middle/Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Turkey Valley 


Turkey Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Turkey Valley 


Turkey Valley Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Twin Cedars 


Twin Cedars ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Twin Cedars 


Twin Cedars Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Twin Rivers 


Twin Rivers ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Underwood 


Underwood ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


\J I lUtr I WUUU 


UllUtrlWUUU no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


1 1 nHor\A/ririH 
u i lUtr i vvuuu 


1 1 r>Hor\A/rtriH IV/I^n 

U 1 IUcI WUUU IVIO 


MFT 

1 VI L. 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


vv d LLI 1 


Watrh 

V V d LLI 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Union 


Dysart-Geneseo ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Union 


La Porte City ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Union 


Union HS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Union 


Union MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-4 


MET 


United 


United North 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



100 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Moth 

Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Moth 

ividin 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


nth or 

Indicator 


United 


United South 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Urbandale 


Jensen ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Urbandale 


Karen Acres ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-2 


MET 


Urbandale 


Olmsted ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Urbandale 


Rolling Green ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Urbandale 


Urbandale HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Urbandale 


Urbandale MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Urbandale 


Valerius ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Urbandale 


Webster ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Valley 


Valley ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Valley 


Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


MET 


Van Buren 


Van Buren HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Van Buren 


Van Buren ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Van Meter 


Van Meter ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Van Meter 


Van Meter Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Ventura 


Ventura ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Ventura 


Ventura MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


NA 


Villisca 


Sylvia Enarson ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Villisca 


Villisca HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-2 


MET 


Vinton-Shellsburg 


Shellsburg ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-4 


MET 


Vinton-Shellsburg 


Tilford ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


MET 


Vinton-Shellsburg 


Vinton-Shellsburg HS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-5 


MET 


Vinton-Shellsburg 


Vinton-Shellsburg MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-6 


Watch 


Waco 


Waco ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Waco 


WACO HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Walnut 


Walnut ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Walm it 

V V d II 1 U L 


Walnut FK 

WdlllUL no 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Walm it 

V V d 1 1 1 U L 


Walnut M<i 

VvdlllUl 1 VI J 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rxtrl 1 luvtru 

-Watrh 

V V CI LL.I 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


Wapello 


Wapello ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Wapello 


Wapello JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-4 


MET 


Wapello 


Wapello Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Fairbank ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Readlyn ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Rural ES #1 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Rural ES #2 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-2 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Rural ES #3 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Rural ES #4 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


Wapsie Valley 


Wapsie Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Washington 


Lincoln Upper ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-1 


MET 


Washington 


Stewart ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


Watch 


MET 


Washington 


Washington HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Washington 


Washington JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-3 


MET 


Waterloo 


Bunger MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 



State Report Card 2013 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
1 ndicator 


waterioo 


r^ntrn 1 ft/IC 

L.entrai ivio 


IV /I PT 
IVI t 1 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA Q 

Ol i\ A-y 


CI MA Q 

oiin A-y 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waterioo 


L.unni ngnam 


IV /I PT 
IVI t 1 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


C I M A c: 
Ol IN AO 


C 1 M A 3 
OIIN A-O 


watcn 


Wdtenoo 


C-,c-t- UIC 
tdSt no 


IV /I PT 
IVI t 1 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA Q 
Ol IN A-y 


CI MA R 
OIIN AO 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Wdtenoo 


tXpO Alt 


CI MA 1 
Ol INI A-± 


watcn 


CI MA C 
Ol IN A-O 


C 1 M A 7 
OIIN A- / 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Wdtenoo 


rreu oecKer ^tuisonj to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA R 
Ol IN A-0 


CI MA R 
OIIN AO 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waterioo 


ueorge wasmngton L.arver 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


C I M A S3 
Ol IN A-o 


CI MA S2 
OIIN A-o 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Waterloo 


Highland ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


SINA-7 


MET 


Waterloo 


Hoover MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-8 


Delay-6 


MET 


Waterloo 


Irving ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-5 


MET 


Waterloo 


Kingsley ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


Waterloo 


\/ 14.4. .- — II I - C 

Kittrell ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


Waterloo 


Lincoln ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


Waterloo 


Lou Henry ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-watcn 


MET 


Wdtenoo 


Lowen to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


ueiay-z 


rv<~i l -i\ / n 
ueiay-o 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Wdtenoo 


urdnge to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


watcn 


watcn 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Wdtenoo 


royner to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


C 1 M A A 
Ol IN A - ^ 


C 1 M A A 
OIIN A -i l- 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Wdtenoo 


west nj 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA Q 
Ol IN A _ c5 


CI MA Q 
OIIN A-y 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


wauKee 


[3 K"<^\ I/V/IA\1IJ c c 

DrooKview to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


ft/I PT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI C 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Waukee 


E3Son ES 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


ft /I PT 
IVI t I 


ft/I PT 

IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 

IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 

IVI 1 1 


WdUKee 


ivispie orove to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t 1 


watcn 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


wauKee 


PrsiriGview 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


ft/I PT 
IVI t I 


watcn 


watcn 


M A 
IN A 


WdUKee 


onuier to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


wauKee 


ooutn ivio 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A-Z 


watcn 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


wauKee 


\A/cilrti it Millc PC 

Wdinut runs to 


IV/IPT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


wauKee 


WdUKee to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A-Z 


CI MA 3 
OIIN AO 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


WdUKee 


WdUKee ivio 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A-± 


CI MA 3 
01 IN AO 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Waukee 


W3ukee Senior HS 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


ft/I PT 
IVI t I 


watcn 


IV/IPT 

IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 

IVI 1 1 


waveriy-onen rvocK 


^AAKM/rAlAJ A It 

oreenview Ait 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waveriy-onen r\OCK 


ivi3rg3rett3 i_3rey to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waveriy-onen rvocK 


Ch^ll Rr»rU PC 

onen rvocK to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waveriy-onen r\ocK 


C /*\ I if nA^ff PC 

ooutnesst to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waveriy-onen r\ocK 


\A/-5\/i^i-l\/ Ck/^ll Dni"l/ IV/IC 

wsveny-oneii rvocK ivio 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


C 1 M A 1 
Ol IN A-± 


C 1 M A 1 
OIIN A- 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waveriy-onen r\OCK 


\A/a\/cirl\/ Ch^ll Rrtrl/ UIC 

wsveny-onen rvocK no 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


waveriy-onen rvocK 


west L.eu3r to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Wayne 


Wsyne Community Jr-Sr HS 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


ft /I PT 
IVI t I 


watcn 


watcn 


IV/IPT 

IVI 1 1 


\A / -"i w ^ /*\ 

wayne 


VA/'iwrt/ - * PC 

Wdyne to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


watcn 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


weuster i_ity 


ndmiiton rvegiondi no no 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI 1 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


weuster i_ity 


riedsant view to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


weuster i_ity 


C 1 1 AfA 1, 1 1 /^l/Trlt*- PC 

ounset neignts to 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


weuster wty 


weuster L.ity no 


IV /I PT 
IVI t I 


IV A PT 
IVI t I 


watcn 


CI MA 1 
Ol IN A-± 


IV/IPT 
IVI t 1 


Webster City 


Webster City MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


West Bend-Mallard 


Mallard ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Bend-Mallard 


West Bend-Mallard HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Bend-Mallard 


West Bend-Mallard MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Branch 


Hoover ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Branch 


West Branch HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Branch 


West Branch MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


West Burlington Ind 


West Burlington ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Delay-1 


MET 


West Burlington Ind 


West Burlington HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Burlington Ind 


West Burlington JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Central 


Maynard ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


V — tr I I L I d I 


\A/pct Ppntral Ir-^r l-K 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


\A/ocf C onfral Wallow 
vvtroL v^trlllldl Vdlltry 


npytpr F*s 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L. 1 


rxtrl 1 luvtru 

Watrh 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


West Central Valley 


Stuart ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


West Central Valley 


West Central Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


West Central Valley 


West Central Valley MS 


MET 


MET 


Delay-4 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


West Delaware County 


Lambert ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


West Delaware County 


West Delaware HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Delaware County 


West Delaware MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


Delay-3 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Clive ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Crestview ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Crossroads Park ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


SINA-3 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Fairmeadows ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Hillside ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-5 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Indian Hills JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-6 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Jordan Creek ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Phenix ES Early Childhood 
Center 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-1 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Stilwell JHS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-4 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Valley HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-6 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Valley Southwoods 


MET 


MET 


SINA-7 


SINA-6 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Walnut Creek Campus 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-5 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Western Hills ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


West Des Moines 


Westridge ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


West Fork 


West Fork ES Rockwell 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


West Fork 


West Fork ES Sheffield 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Fork 


West Fork HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Fork 


West Fork MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-4 


MET 


West Hancock 


West Hancock ES (Britt) 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


West Hancock 


West Hancock HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Watch 


MET 


West Hancock 


West Hancock MS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-3 


MET 


West Harrison 


West Harrison ES 


MET 


MET 


Delay-3 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Harrison 


West Harrison HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


West Liberty 


Early Childhood Center 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


West Liberty 


West Liberty MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-4 


SINA-5 


MET 


West Liberty 


West Liberty ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Liberty 


West Liberty HS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-5 


SINA-4 


MET 


West Lyon 


West Lyon ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


West Lyon 


West Lyon HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Lyon 


West Lyon JHS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


West Marshall 


West Marshall ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 



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Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 


Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


VvtrbL IVIdlblldll 


\A/p<;1- Marshall FK 

vvcbl I V I dl bl Id 1 1 no 


MFT 

1 V 1 L. 1 


MFT 

1 VI L 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


MFT 

IVI L 1 


West Marshall 


West Marshall MS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
water! 


SINA-3 


MET 


Wfcrbl IVIUIIUIId 


V— tr 1 1 Li d 1 CO 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


rxtri I \\J VtrU 

Watch 

V V U LLI 1 


CIM A_1 
Ol l\IM ± 


MFT 

IVI C 1 


West Monona 


Lark ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Monona 


West Monona HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Monona 


West Monona Middle Sch 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


Removed 
-Watch 


MET 


West Sioux 


Hawarden ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


West Sioux 


Ireton ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Sioux 


West Sioux HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


West Sioux 


West Sioux MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Bernard ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Cascade ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Cascade Junior-Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Drexler Middle- 
Intermediate 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Dyersville ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Epworth ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Farley ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Peosta ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Western Dubuque 


Western Dubuque HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


Westwood 


Westwood ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
SINA 


Watch 


MET 


Westwood 


Westwood HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


SINA-3 


MET 


Whiting 


Whiting ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Whiting 


Whiting Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Williamsburg 


Mary Welsh ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Williamsburg 


Williamsburg Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Wilton 


Wilton ES 


MET 


MET 


SINA-1 


SINA-1 


MET 


Wilton 


Wilton Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Delay-3 


MET 


Winfield-Mt Union 


Winfield ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Winfield-Mt Union 


Winfield-Mt Union Jr-Sr HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Winterset 


Winterset Bridges 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Winterset 


Winterset ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Winterset 


Winterset JHS 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Delay-3 


MET 


Winterset 


Winterset MS 


MET 


MET 


SINA-2 


SINA-1 


MET 


Winterset 


Winterset Senior HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Woodbine 


Woodbine ES 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Woodbine 


Woodbine HS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Woodbury Central 


Moville ES 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Woodbury Central 


Woodbury Central HS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Woodbury Central 


Woodbury Central MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


MET 


MET 


Woodward-Granger 


Woodward-Granger ES 


MET 


MET 


Removed- 
Watch 


Watch 


MET 


Woodward-Granger 


Grandwood 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 



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State Report Card 2013 



Table 21 (continued) 



Schools in Need of Assistance for 2013-2014 School Year 
Based Upon Previous School Years' Performance 



District 


School 




Math 
Participation 


Reading 
Participation 


Math 
Proficiency 


Reading 
Proficiency 


Other 
Indicator 


Woodward-Granger 


Woodward-Grang 


;erHS 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


MET 


Woodward-Granger 


Woodward-Grang 


;er MS 


MET 


MET 


Watch 


Watch 


MET 



Source: Iowa Department of Education, Division of Learning and Results, Adequate Yearly Progress Report. 

Notes: Alt indicates Alternative School; ES indicates Elementary School; MS indicates Middle School; HS indicates High School: 
JHS indicates Junior High School; Jr Sr HS indicates Junior-Senior High School; Int indicates Intermediate School; SINA-# 
indicates the number of years a school has been on improvement status under NCLB; and Delay-# indicates the status 
year of the school when it made AYP and was placed on Delay status. If the school meets AYP the following year, it is 
removed from SINA status. 



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